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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. ...
We drove from Lindau to Innsbruck. It is about a 2 hour drive without stops on mostly 4 lane road and good highways. We already had out Austrian Road sticker. We got that when we went to Lichtenstein.
Driving through the Alps is not like driving through the mountains in western Canada. The Germans and Austrians don't believe in going around a mountain if you can go through it. We figure 1/4 of our trip was in tunnels!
... towering rock peaks. One could for sure
mistake these for the Dolomites in Switzerland.
Finally onwards I head and the satnav soon has me racing along the motorway
towards Innsbruck. The scenery this m/way runs through is simply staggering and
if I was allowed to stop I would be stopping every five minutes.
Finally its off them/way and onto my usual fast road to Seefeld which is
usually my overnight stop but as its still early I decided to keep ...
... we made our way to Salzburg to begin our Austrian adventures. After checking into our hotel we decided to set off to explore the town a bit. Little did we know that we would be arriving on All Saints Day so unfortunately all of the little shops lining the old town streets were closed and since we would only be in town for the weekend (and most shops are closed Sunday as well), we really wouldn’t have a chance to experience some of the charm of the city. Not ...
... if not great) wifi. It faces out to the West, looking up the valley of the river Inn.
In the evening we found our way to a restaurant called the Gösser, after the beer that they specialise in, and Marion had a steak while David had some roast beef. This was followed by a shared kaiserschmarren – a type of pancake, which we shared. By that stage it was starting to get quite cold out, and we were happy to get back to the ...