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Awake at 0600 dressed, breakfast & left at 0830 for our morning trip to Salzburg. And sunshine as we leave Innsbruck. As we leave onto motorway there is quite a blockage on the oncoming side ( fortunately ) trucks ++ probably due to a religious holiday tomorrow. Trucks are not permitted on highway on weekends or public holidays. We arrived in Salzburg 10am after a short toilet stop just before. As we were too early to check into our hotel we met a ...
... aims a black screen at its target and hopes he gets something. Time no longer matters as he can't read it.
I didn't bring a camera, relying on my phone. Apparently i have no storage left. It tells me every photo I take it can not fit any more in so I delete one more of my precious images and take another shot.
Facebook is driving us mad, we have always resisted, and have no idea how to reply or deal with messages. It's a 24 hour job. Everyone is ...
... on time, we had just 25 minutes to
get on the train. That would be plenty of time, but factor in a suitcase that
has two broken wheels, a toilet break and a quick ham and salad roll and we
were still organising ourselves as we boarded the train. The second half of the
trip on the train was amazing and the views stunning. It was all so much to
take in – huge peaks with snow, pine forests and green, green pastures with neat
charming farm ...
... Mozart balls! I believe it tasted like a minty, coconut, dark chocolate ball, but overall was really quite nice! A short stay, the next morning we headed towards Prague but en route we made a stop at the former concentration camp at Mauthausen where we viewed the leftovers from World War II and the Holocaust. We saw the Crematorium, sleeping facilities, gas chambers and heard many horrific stories whilst getting a ...
... this! It takes a bit of hiking to get up to them and when inside it is a refreshing zero degrees (sure beats the 30o's outside) and there is no artificial light, only lanterns and the magnesium the guide burns. The caves go up about 750 steps around, through and under all sorts of naturally growing ice formations and 'sculptures'. It was only 20€ which was surprising and combined everything I was looking forward to - ...