Hotel Kerschbaumer und Gasthof zur Weinstube
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... to see on our journey. When we were about a 1/2 hour out of Salzburg we were hit by a snow storm. I was not able to get photos on my IPAD but I was able to get some good pictures on the camera. When we arrived at Salzburg we had some pretty simple instructions on how to get to our accommodation. Thankfully the storm had stopped at this time but we still manage ...
... and several indoor pools. The indoor pools are much hotter than the outside pools so I opted to bath just in the outside pools. There was a large crowd and in the pool was a Muslim woman totally covered head to foot. It looked completely out of place with everyone else in bathers. I returned to the hotel via the Metro at 7pm. Narelle is still not well. Tomorrow we leave Budapest and travel by train to ...
Salzburg was a good day. It is the city of The sounds of music! But besides that I found that there was not that much to see in the city so I went up the mountain and skied for the day! There was 5 of us and it was really good! Glad I didn't say down though ...
... Our room is on the 3rd floor of 4, and we've scored a corner room! It is spacious and pretty, and we have windows on both corner walls....so with both windows open, we have a lovely cross-breeze! Life is good! Even without air conditioning! And we have a lovely view of those famous hills! John has checked out a map of things to see, and he has chosen a place he wants to see and a place that he wants to eat. The restaurant he chose sounded like it would be popular, so we ...
... damage in Salzburg, this building was not hurt. All of Hitler's team had houses on the mountain that were all destroyed including the command post. After the war the military obliterated all traces of the village. The local leadership asked if the Eagles Nest could be spared and used for something good. It was. We stopped at a small town in Germany our way back. There was a very ornate and well kept cemetery. We had lunch at a small cafe. We ordered a small (what ...