Hotel Schloss Monchstein
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- Continental Breakfast
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... so no pics will do it justice (I took video though). So instead of a snow pic, I have attached a special photo I took today at the zoo.
Then after that excitement I got the funicular up to the fortress and my battery died after 3 photos so they are not very good but it was worth it to get a video of the Pumas.
Now am hoping for some sun tomorrow which is my last day in Salzburg. I wanna see those magnificent mountains.
... put together your own personal picnic to take back to your table in your beer hall and have soakage as you drink... all very well done. Stiegl was my other brewery visit, as they advertise a tour of their main brewery, on of the largest in the country. It was more a tour of the beer museum than the plant itself, but was worth a visit and included 3 free beers, one of which was a very yummy Christmas honey brew... mmmm!
On my final day ...
... Ok, that's not true.
Although no snow, I'm almost as excited about the prospect of seeing some sun tomorrow, as I have not seen one bit of sun since I left Sydney. The last tiny patch of blue sky I saw poking through clouds was in London, but haven't seen the orb since I left home. I'm doing the touristy places tomorrow so hopefully I will have some amazing views ahead of me.
... as well as brands like Louis Vuitton, Prada, Rolex and even Red Bull (a home-based Austrian company.) Inconspicuously set among the commercialization in these streets was our next stop, the birthplace of Mozart and it’s museum. Here we got to see the actual family home the composer grew up in when he was not out on tour performing, as he often did in his youth. There were displays containing letters sent back and forth to his family, personal items, ...
... area. The first site was the horse trough also seen in the Do Re Mi. We then walked another block or so to locate the elevator to take us to the Monchsberg observation terrace where the kids walked along the ridge high above Salzburg. We also hiked along a path and found the meadow (not THE meadow), but the meadow where Julie Andrews is sitting on the ground surrouded by the kids and begins to teach them to sing.
We then took the elevator back down to street level and decided ...