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... this, I couldn't remember the name of one of the main buildings that we first saw on our tour. Reviewing my photos, as luck would have it, I noticed that the place where the picture is taken shows right on top of the photo. I guess I'd turned on location permission for photos when I left. Aren't I a smart little traveller. Leopoldskroner Weiher is the beautiful setting for part of the filming of the movie. We went back to Hellbrun Palace (but I didn't go to the ...
... but didn't experience them. Perhaps I might want to, Ron, as tomorrow will be hot! Took a ride down the Salzach River yesterday as well, and the boat guy showed us Hotel Sacher Salzburg (part of the famous one in Vienna), and so it goes that royalty stays there, as well as has been host to famous movie stars. Of course with all the walking around and touring yesterday, I thought I would treat myself to lunch in one of the small cafes at Hotel ...
... again. After walking into my first big square, Mozart Platz I think, I felt my whole body breathe deeply and metaphorically slow down. I'm on holiday! The sound of multiple animated languages around me served to illustrate just how many others were seemingly doing the same thing as me. I wandered for literally hours, and finally found a lovely little out-of-the-way platz for a soujourn for lunch. When I looked it up later on the web, it is an uncommon place ...
... 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 ...
... 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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