Hotel Kerschbaumer und Gasthof zur Weinstube
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Well, it all began with an over night stay at the Holiday Inn hotel in Worth near Gatwick airport on Thursday 6th April 2015. The pictures and video's detail exactly what happened whilst skiing, dancing, singing and relaxing in Flachau !!! I hope you enjoy this travel journal as much as we all did actually taking part in it!!!! Andy ...
... best beds. We were also able to go into town to get our lift passes sorted before the coach arrived so it was really fast. I got some lunch with some of the 2 weekers then walked back to the guest house. At 5pm the bar opened so we went for a drink and were introduced to a game where you have to bang a nail into the wooden stump but you have to use the wrong end of the hammer and the last person to bang their nail in has to buy everyone else ...
I spent half of Thursday and half of Friday in Salzburg because there isn't a lot to do other than go on a Sound of Music tour. The entire town is built up on the Sound of Music, I wonder what they ever did before that movie!
Thursday I went to check out the center of town and visited the birthplace of Mozart. The museum is built in the apartment where he was born and raised, cool atmosphere but not very exciting. Although it was very educational, ...
... 27, 1756. The museum is dedicated to his everyday life, while at home & travelling. We we also visited Motzart Wonhaus, or the house he grew up in after his family moved from his birthplace. It was fascinating to see his original pianoforte and violin that he used to compose many works with.
We we also strolled past #9 on Steingasse street where Joseph Mohr wrote the lyrics to Silent Night. This is a very ...
After spending an hour or so at the top, looking at the views, I made my way down to explore the Old Town streets and the Christmas market. I found this market to be more appealing than some of the others I’d seen, and although it was crowded, I enjoyed the atmosphere, with Advent carolers on the steps of Salzburg cathedral providing a truly wonderful backdrop to the festivities. This is also where I first tried Kaiserschmarrn, ...