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... and is renowned for 2 things - as the birthplace of Mozart and as the location for production of the Sound of Music in 1965. Much was said about the Sound of Music production and the real story of the Von Trapp family. Salzburg was originally established as a town to support the local salt mines (hence the name Salzburg). Salt was a very valuable commodity, called white gold, in the period before refrigeration as it was critical for the preservation ...
Cool and dry this morning as we arrived in Linz for a very early rise to catch the Majestic Imperator train to Salzburg. Linz is the home of VAI Steel. The train is an exact replica of the Austrian Royals train from the 19th Century. The trip from Linz to Salzburg took 2 hours, but we were treated like royalty. We had the Royal Box, and we were served champagne, wine and canapés; truly a memorable experience.
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... worth it. Salzburg has a good-sized, old town with multiple churches and a castle built on the rocky hill above. It is recognized as one of the best-preserved city centers north of the Alps. This city has been continuously occupied since the 5th century BC. It was important northern city in the Roman empire, but was abandoned by them and was largely in ruins by the 7th century. It was revitalized by Rupert of Salzburg, a catholic bishop
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... another ferry to cross the river, the path then took us through the pine forest. As we were approaching Aschach we saw our ship again, this time waiting in the lock. We stopped for coffee in Aschach which is a pretty river front town with brightly coloured and decorated historic houses, shops and cafes. There was then a detour on the bike route and we travelled in land passed orchards and fields planted with cabbage and ...
We were up bright and early, 6.30 am, for Tony to build the bike. Rain was forecast so we wanted to unpack the bike from the boot before it started. Fortunately the site is next to a covered car park so Tony was able to build the bike undercover. We then cycled the bike up to the car park and caught the No.2 bus back (now we are expert on Passau buses!). Not a drop of rain fell on us. We ate the ...