Seehotel Restaurant Lackner
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... Guggenheim gallery located in her old residence. This selection of modern art was a perfect mixture of the greats including Picasso, Bacon and Pollock mixed between a few smaller and interesting pieces. It was an intimate space and allows you to move from room to room soaking up the amazing work on the bedroom and lounge room walls. The garden has also been turned into a sculpture exhibition and includes a memorial to the late Penny. 2. ...
... a free souvenir magnet after our tasting!
On our way back to the train station, we stopped by Mirabell Palace and gardens. The gardens were intricately detailed with patterns among the florals. I enjoyed admiring the statues that lined the garden and picturing scenes from the Sound of Music, which had certain scenes filmed here. We boarded the train back to Munich to ensure we arrived with plenty of time to grab a bite to eat and board our sleeper train for our next stop...
... and stops along the way: Mirabell Gardens You will certainly have heard about Mirabell Gardens where the song "Do-Re-Mi" was filmed. Leopoldskron Palace This is the location of the famous boating scene where Maria and the Von Trappers fell into the drink in those beautiful second hand (curtains) outfits. Hellbrunn Palace, Gazebo The gardens of Hellbrunn Palace is where the replica gazebo from the "16 going on 17" & the Maria and Baron von Trapp (kissing) scenes from the ...
... available during winter.
From the hostel I walked towards the river, I was in beautiful heaven. The river being in the valley the town is surrounded by snow covered mountains. The remains of a recent snowfall can be seen with the small patches of snow sitting in shaded or protected areas.
This was the first movie set site I came across. This is were Maria and the children skip across the bridge in the Do ...
... next day I slept in and then made my way around the corner to a healthy food shop to get some lunch. I decided on a curry and after eating that it was time to meet the rest of the group who were heading to the Eisriesenwelt Ice cave which at over 42km long is the world's largest ice cave, not far from Salzburg. The bus picked us up from the hostel and we transferred to another bus which was to take us to the cave. The bus trip took around an hour, and the guide (Ingo) gave ...