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... The heat continued so we headed for Salzburg. Helen Farquhar and I had spent some time here
many years ago. Whilst the major sights
are just as memorable, the quaint main street with the guild shingles of long
ago has been replace by those of Maccas, Max Mara and most other ‘everywhere in
the world’ brands. Ramo has developed an ear worm and I have heard almost every
track from "The Sound of Music", especially the yodeling track!
Today'strip was to Steyr, a pretty town made rich in the last century as they have iron factories which made rifles for the Germans! it was known as the Armoury of Europe apparently. It is built at the confluence of two rivers, which I have forgotten the names of!
After a wander around town, we went to an alpine lake ...
This morning we stopped by mauthausen, the last concentration camp to be closed at the end of WW2. For the scale of atrocities committed, the fortification was smaller than I expected. A quiet and somber place, with buildings open, a museum then finally the memorials there leave you feeling hope as you exit the ...
... in which the girls enjoyed using. The walk down the hill was probably worse as it was a little slippery so we had a tight hold of the twins hands as we went. There was a sulphur spring on the way which we stopped at despite the smell and Lily and Ruby recognised the smell as being the same as the beach we went to on Ile de Re. There was a wooden shelter there where you could make a bit of a paste out of the sulphur and people had done so and ...
... was the weather and for the first time in we don't know how long, we were actually cold. I had the tracky dacks on, Jess had her jacket and some of the girls even put socks on, not Ruby though as she was still running around in her shorts and t-shirt asking if we could have an ice cream. We got back on the road and kept driving and for most of the drive before lunch and at first after lunch it felt like we had been driving through ...