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... amazing. Salzberg was very busy, we walked into the old town with the guide Antonia from Spain showing us around Austria. But different!! Nice guy tho. Nearly deafened yes on the way home with Mozart and the Sound of Music CDs. Was happy to. get back. It's 11pm and have just come in from the floor show, an Aussie guy who lives in Austria. Brett Reid. Good night. Will write again tomorrow. I need sleep. Love to you all. ...
... and we arrived mid morning. Being school holidays the town was absolutely packed and we decided we would move on, to somewhere a little quieter.
As we were heading to the Czech Republic, we thought Plzen would be a good place to go, Ken could satisfy his European beer hunt at the Mecca of brewing in the Czech Republic and we would be within easy reach of Prague…. Jumped online and booked ...
... going all the way to Linz in Austria. We will be in Dubrovnik before we know it at this rate. Today was interesting. Not in any outstanding way but just enjoying looking out the window at all the different scenery and wondering what all these people do with there lives. We still managed to see some amazing sites in this town and I'm sure there will be more ...
... to watch as they all left kinda unfufilled because there was heaps of people there to put the fire out and they had hauled themself to stop the fire but it was a false alarm. The police came as well to give the neighbours a fine. We had a delicious dinner and went to bed.
Hello Everyone, today we left our mountain top chalet to travel to Germany to stay in our friends house. We are really looking forward to relaxing for a few days after travelling about alot in the last few days. The drive was again magnificent as we wound our way back down the mountainside. As we entered Germany we saw amazing farms with fields of all sorts of vegetables growing. The houses are gorgeous and everyone has window boxes with ...