Hotel Kerschbaumer und Gasthof zur Weinstube
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... on the slope! Well, not really, they were just flattening the snow I think but they were all in time and there was music so it looked funny. I took a video to add to this too.
There was some other cool stuff we wanted to do nearby. We drove to a castle and past an ice cave but they were both closed. It seems like a lot of things here close for winter which is a shame, there has been plenty to see anyway though and staying here has been very nice.
This time last year I was sitting on a bus recovering from a night bringing in 2014 in Paris with my Contiki family. I was full of excitement for the adventures up coming and optimism for the year that lay ahead.
This year I am in Salzburg, Austria with my family! Mum and I stayed awake to see in midnight and boy was it worth it. Fireworks are legal for the public to buy and use here, so all night people all around the area ...
... We parked in the town and walked to the lake which was very nice in the sunshine.
At the lake there was a pontoon which was nice to walk out onto, the water was amazingly clear in the lake you could see right to the bottom. There was also a little swimming pool which was part of the lake but with steps down to it - I cant believe people actually swim in there!! It was iced over at the sides which shows how cold it is. Its very refreshing walking in the ...
... point of the tour and therefore seemed the most appropriate place. This is the part of the opening scene but we learnt it was filmed from a helicopter. St Gilgen is also the home of Mozart's mother - nothing to do with the SoM really other than scenery!
The highlight however was our final stop in Mondsee. This is where the Abbey that Maria and the Baron were married. It is very small but truly magnificent on the inside. Again a lot of filming licence to ...
... was in Salzburg. How serendipitous! We all went up to the Hohensalzburg Fortress via a cable car that ascends the vertical rock face. The fortress overlooks Salzburg, and the view was blissful. You can see the idyllic city, the blue-green river winding through, and the rugged mountains encapsulating the whole area. We looked through the museum and some of the building (very Game of Thrones-esque), amazed that the fortress and church were starting to be built in 1077. ...