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Travel Blogs from Bad Ischl
... a tad excessive. I really did appreciate him helping me out so much and hey, we didnt kill each other!!! He also let me listen to a lot of my music while is mp3 player charged.
Just a warning: The blogs will definitely slow down now as the exciting adventure of 5 countries in 5 days has come to an end. However I will try my best to keep them going as often as I can!
Much love to everyone!
... at a local chocolate and coffee shop to get some original Mozart Chocolate (the real stuff is made only in Salzburg. Another company took the idea and mass produced it to sell around the world but this kind was a local specialty). While it was good, personally I didn't think it was anything to brag about for over a Euro a piece, but at least I can say I tried it!
I didn't realize how massive the Fort was ...
... it has amazing views of the alps. Before the tour. we went to a cemetery in the city which has mozart's sister buried there. They also have 'catacombs' in the cliff. They are incorrectly called catacombs because no one was buried inside. It was a little eerie inside.bit was pretty much a few caves in the rock that were used as churches. After the tour finished we bought some strawberries from a market stall and weaves our way through arcades to the ...
Day 13: Today we continued on our travels and today we crossed the border back into Austria and we are going to Salzburg. When we arrived there we went to the Red Bull Hangar-7. We saw lots of planes, race cars and motorbikes and we really enjoyed looking at them all. We really enjoyed ourselves. After lunch we went to Salzburg Cathedral. It was ...
... ourselves a five course breakfast and then headed off to the Salzkammergut region (‘Estate of the Salt Chamber’), which boasts plenty of gorgeous lakes and mountains. Our destination was Hotel Schafbergspitze, Austria’s oldest mountain inn, dating back to 1862. The hotel perches precariously on the summit of Schafberg, a 1,783 metre mountain.
We chugged up the mountain on the SchafbergBahn, a century-old cog wheel railway, ...
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