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... out various locations where the film was shot and since it will be celebrating its 50th anniversary next year, Salzburg is really drawing a lot of attention. Salzburg is also famous as the birthplace of Mozart, and everywhere you looked, there was a figure head of Mozart, although he wasn't a very good looking guy. Salzburg had a charming Christmas Market, which specialized in selling apple strudel. Austria prides itself in chocolate and pastries with cream. ...
... than the tunnels the trip was uneventful til we got to Innsbruck. The Altstadt (old town) christmasmarket had started on the weekend. Our hotel was on the christmasmarket street. After a couple of misses and drive bys we finally pulled into the market, found the hotel and the receptionist told John where the parking was and that he needed to do a U turn and get off the street right away! The car is parked until we leave on Thursday.
... Amsterdam is not
actually 600km but a mighty 900km and so its going to be a good long journey
tomorrow and the following day.
The route the satnav has setup for tomorrow seems to be quite good but
somehow I'm not convinced its the normal route back to the ferry from here.
Either its getting confused or I'm getting confused. Whatever the outcome I will
get there somehow.
Now just what did I have to drink last night in Leinz????.....canny
... because it was (and still is) one of Bree’s favorite European cities and we were both excited to experience Vienna together.
The drive from Salzburg to Vienna was absolutely beautiful. The first ************** through Austria’s Lake District and were treated to some wonderful views before the fog rolled in. We had noticed road signs mentioning that the speed limit would be reduced if there was fog but didn’t really think anything of it ...
... called Manna, where we sat outside and enjoyed the best schnitzel we have both ever had while staring at the alps in the background! Our second and final day there we dedicated to going up the alps, something we were both really excited about. We took the Hungerburg Funicular (a train) to get right to the base of the alps in town, and then we took the Nordketten Cable Cars as high as we could take them! Once we rode the last ...