Landhotel Das Traunsee
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... dei S. Giovannie Paolo which has now been converted into a working hospital - I thought this was pretty amazing - Santa Maria dei Maracoli which is a lovely church made of marble - S.Giorgio Maggiore located on it's own island with the most amazing lookout of the city from the bell tower (this was a highlight not to be missed and gives a better view than San Marco) - San Marco at the main square. Beautiful, large and very gold. Another ...
... world. There were 2 of the pulling the sled and we went through lots of little streets around the town which were still snowy. It was a nice day but still snowing a little so we were given blankets and it was a very nice way to travel.
After the ride we went back into Salzburg and found a church from around 700AD. We were looking for the way up to the castle above the town and we eventually ...
I'm currently in the train from Salzburg to Vienna. It's a beautiful train ride through the Austrian countryside. I don't think I expected it, but Austria is without a doubt one of my top countries from this trip. I'm so glad we got to start our trip here and I'm very happy with our decision to end here as well. Everything is kind of coming full circle. ...
... Austrian girl behind taps me on the shoulder and says, "You have no toilets on English buses?". There is a toilet, right behind me. Literally two rows back. I laugh in relief (which almost makes me **** myself anyway). I run to the toilet. Best feeling ever. As I'm washing my hands, the bus slows and comes to a stop. Our first rest stop. How is that for timing? Hahahaha. Ha. My life is a ...
Just southwest of Salzburg in Austria's scenic Salzkammergut lake district was a waypoint in our journey toward Vienna, a place I had only recently heard of but knew we wouldn’t want to miss: Hallstatt. This tiny mountain hamlet lies right between the base of a limestone mountain and the Hallstatter See, a placid alpine lake, making it perhaps the most naturally scenic place on our trip. The town has been inhabited ...