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... his life. We listened to the church bells ring every 15mins and walked through a vast shopping complex which once would have been pebbled.
The town today was busy setting up for the Advent festivals and so we watched Christmas lights being strung, a massive tree being transported through the narrow ...
... but no time at present.
The shuttle direct to Salzburg turned out to be a great way to travel, arriving just before 7. We yet again walked 20min to our hotel in the centre of Old Town and then enjoyed a light dinner of pumpkin soup and some complimentary ...
... very cheap, each entree cost €7.
The next day we we went to Kyoto station for breakfast. There is a large mall there with western style breakfasts, I just can't eat fish or pickles for breakfast. There is also a high observation deck on the roof of the station where you can get a good view of Kyoto. After this we took the subway to the Imperial Palace gardens. The palace is closed to the public. We walked around the gardens and enjoyed the peace and quiet. ...
... to see the thrill-seekers jumping off the mountains to go parasailing. We took a million pictures of all of the above and spent the whole day exploring. With the all inclusive pass you get access to all the cable cars (there are 3 all along the mountains) and entry into both caves, however, we ran out of time and were only able to see the Ice Caves. The other cave is Mammoth Cave which is the largest in Europe (similar to the Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, which I believe is the ...
... the 1960's when the Catholic Church approved the practice of cremation. So I assume you rest for 12 peaceful years in the cemetery and then are cremated to make room for the recently deceased. We saw a fresh grave there where a lady had just been buried a week or so earlier.
Hallstatt was very memorable, and we enjoyed our train ride back to Vienna on Sunday afternoon. Austria is truly a beautiful country.