Residenz Heinz Winkler
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... I reckon we wouldn't recognise some of the places we have been to or seen.
On New Year's Eve, after a day of exploring, we sat in our hotel cafe, enjoyed pizza and Austrian wine while waiting for midnight. Mum, Dan and I made the most epic snowman before tea! It was almost as tall as Dan.
In Austria it is legal for the public to buy and set off fireworks. All night people were letting off ones here and there. The were very loud and very close. ...
... meditation in Covent Garden
I'm planning my travels and going to ensure I get the best prices
I've volunteered to help at the London Comedy Film Festival in January. I am very excited about this opportunity, more excited then I've been in a while. And I'm going to keep my eyes open for a few more of these opportunities! Who knows what I might get to be a part of in 2015. One can only jump forward and take a leap of faith :)
... which hopefully we can go around at some point.
After a while the snow was starting to seep through our clothes, so we decided to head back. I did buy an extra warm scarf today which is nice, but it seems to attract snow and it just sticks to it so it got soaked. Today went surprisingly fast though and there is plenty more too see in the town, I want to go to the museum and there is an ice rink which looks like fun, im probably pretty rusty by now though!
... us right through the middle of it. But in about another hour we made it to the top. And the views were fantastic. Although it took about 6 times as long, the walk was way more satisfying than the cable car.
At the top of the mountain is a restaurant called the Sonnen Alm. It boasts panoramic views and a real ski resort vibe. You can actually ski down Kampenwand in the winter, but there are only a few runs. Matt went for another radler while I ...
... 60 for women and 65 for men. If an Austrian citizen works forty-five or more years they can earn a pension up to 80% of their average lifetime yearly pay.
In the early days Salzburg was a principality ruled by archbishops answering directly to the Emperor. Salzburg is located on the site of a Roman Juvavum or a settlement which grew up on one of the major military roads of the ancient world. The Old City is ...