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... which incredible examples of artwork and craftsmanship Luckily My time in Venice the streets were dry. Before you book your trip check the weather and don't come at high ride. The city is literally underwater up to your knees. There were stacked tables that are used to create runways between the moats as constant reminders that the water is not too far away. I visited the amazing Aqua Alta bookstore where they have decided to embrace the water ...
... Its called the Festung Hohensalzburg and its very impressive. We went in and first went on an audio tour around some of the castle such as the torture chamber, gun stations on a long corridor and up into one of the highest towers to look over the city. We also saw a giant horn type device which was apparently used to wake up the town at dawn for work and then tell them when to go to bed!
... curious to see if my perspective of Vienna will change at all or just be a little different after everything I've been through over the last three months. We will be in Vienna for a day and a half before we get back on those long flights home. It doesn't seem real. But it's all coming to a close pretty quickly. I guess it's almost time for the next ...
Hahahaha I just had to write this down, because it would only happen to me. DISCLAIMER: This post is all about me needing a wee. Yes, that's right (at least I don't bother pretending to be lady-like hey). ---- I'm about half way into my Vienna-Munich bus journey (which I got for €19 euros somehow, no BlaBlaCars for me just yet) and I've needed a wee literally since I stepped foot on ...
... salt from the nearby mine there since prehistoric times, thus making it the earliest known salt mine in Europe if not the world. Hallstatt has a population of just under a thousand residents, but with the influx of tourists coming to see this stunning mountain retreat the town clearly swells, thus making it’s streets rather crowded.
The road to Hallstatt runs through stunningly green mountain valleys ...