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... ve been given better food because they mostly make the same thing for all the dietary people. Anyway to get out of eating bread is good with me. The Swarovski museum was amazing. The crystal clouds weren't as impressive as I thought but the various rooms were interesting. It's crazy what people can make and design. There was a crystal dome and it felt like I was inside a kaleidoscope. ...
... the car park. But all was not lost; from the car park you must catch a bus to the highest point so considering the weather we just went to the museum, Dokumentation Obersalzberg. It's a permanent exhibition on the history of Obersalzberg and the Nazi dictatorship. It was very interesting and well done. It seemed to be mainly domestic visitors and all exhibitions were mostly only in German. They luckily have an ...
... the end and we managed to check in with no problems to our tiny room in the Disneylandesque street of Romerhofgasse. The highlight of a visit to Kufstein is the Fortress. It towers over the city high above and we are only a short walk from the panorama cable car that delivers you to the top. There is a maze of towers, bastions, batteries, chambers and passages, many of which have historical displays. Most had descriptions in ...
... a goat, it was quite small and it hurt one of its legs so it couldn't walk on it and was limping. We named him drie because he was only walking on 3 legs. Drie means 3. We took a little walk up the mountain and then we had a really nice view of another valley. We went out for dinner that night, and we had schniztel and I had goulash soup with a dumpling. And we had oktoberfest sausage, it was very good. We had such a good time. Next entry we will talk about our hikes. I hope you read ...
... for doing it in two hops. However, the lunch was excellent Tyrolean mountain fare in a spotless restaurant - and not another soul to bother us. Back at Westendorf we hopped off the bus in the village as, finally, the shops here are open. Alas, not a single one is going to dispense an ice cream for Keith, so he will have to make-do with another slice of Austrian cake. ...