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Awake at 0600 dressed, breakfast & left at 0830 for our morning trip to Salzburg. And sunshine as we leave Innsbruck. As we leave onto motorway there is quite a blockage on the oncoming side ( fortunately ) trucks ++ probably due to a religious holiday tomorrow. Trucks are not permitted on highway on weekends or public holidays. We arrived in Salzburg 10am after a short toilet stop just before. As we were too early to check into our hotel we met a ...
... with water squirting up through the middle of all the stools except his. Perfect for summer night soirees.
They had a separate Summer home on the hill (yellow building), apparently a guest make a suggestion that would be a nice place to put a Summer Palace. So they did, in one month. The guest returned and there it was. A man of my own speed.
The Austrians seem to be very quiet, organised people but a bit standoffish until they trust you. ...
... Ischl had a lot more people than exactly one week ago when I first set foot here. Apparently it was the opening weekend of the new Emperor's Park and the Sissi Garden. After checking into my hotel for the night, I set out to explore these 2 places.
My trekkers' concession card finally came in handy because it gave me free admission to both parks. The Emperor's Park was magnificent. It was a piece of cultivated wilderness ...
... pay our respects to those who lost their lives at the hands of the Nazi regime. A cold, dark, dirty and terrible place made us all realise just how lucky we are that we didn't have to try and survive in these disease ridden conditions. The bullet holes in the cement walls and scratch marks in the gas chambers will be something I'll never forget. From there we continued forward to Prague, (the hidden city.) Until then, ...
... mood was temporarily boosted by Der kaffe ist fertig in the background at one point...it’s impossible to be grumpy when that little number is playing!
The next morning we took a walk around the lake in some light rain and then drove to Zell am See, where Greg had snowboarded years before, to see how it looked in summer. The answer? Middle Eastern. It seems to have become a favoured destination (at least in summer) for wealthy ...
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