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... a place I always wanted to visit. Our plans were to visit eastern block countries, but the trip to Austria was a nice change. You can easily see the differences of western influence. Vienna is a world class city of 1.8 million. It has a strong heritage of the arts; both music & paintings. There are numerous gallery's & museums which you can visit. Music concerts daily ...
... VERY cold and it got down to 7 degrees there. So I wore my new warm coat – tag still on it as I hadn’t taken it off yet. We had a nice light lunch in a pretty café. On to Salzburg. Our hotel, The Gasthof Junior is on a very main road – it seems like it will be very noisy but the room is clean and fine. We rested and then went for a walk in the local area. It has good parts and bad. As the Internet is not excellent in ...
... going on. There were all kinds of kiddie rides set up through the town, and we were amazed that they all appeared to be free. There was even a fire truck that was giving kids rides up in the ladder. I was amazed at how high it could go.
We next went down to a park by the water where there was a water fountain show at 5 pm. It was very cool and set to great music. It reminded me of the Bellagio fountains in Las Vegas. ...
... they were all placed where the mountain side was the steepest.
After going back to the gift shop, we went on another trail called the Gramsgrubenweg. Although it wasn't really much of a trail at first because it mostly went through tunnels in the mountain side. There were six tunnels, averaging about 200 meters long each, with only short openings in between. But there were quite a few exhibits in the tunnels, to make the hike a little more interesting.
A short drive South from Rotenburg and Wuerzberg is a sprawling area of rolling hills, small quaint villages, and hidden sport climbing crags that are collectively known as the Frankenjura (pronounced “Frank-en-yura”). This is ...