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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... hoped to see some snow climbing into Austria but just a bit on the mountain tops. A taxi gets us to our hotel in about 10 minutes and we settle in. A real lunch is in order so we order spaghetti and salad at the hotel restaurant. People were ordering something called a "Salzburg Nockerl", a dessert like a pie with peaks of meringue on top. It's famous around here but it serves about six people. Too much for us.
We bundle up and ...
It frreakin' SNOWED today. I was expecting a day of sunshine but I only got a 20 second preview of blue sky this morning outside of town on the way to Salzburg Zoo. Check out the first pic to see what I thought was the unveiling of the mountains I've been longing to see. But instead I got the beauty of snow for a few hours. It was only light, but so happy I got to see it (and it was the first snow of the season).
Snow melted once it hit ...
... monks from the next-door monastery, and whose 4 halls seat 200-250 people each. You pick up a ceramic beer mug, 1 or .5 litre, buy a ticket for its size and take the ticket to the beer barrels where a yellow-clothed assistant fills it with your choice of or 'bock', then when done, you rinse it out at the water fountain and go though the process again... very easy on the dishwashers! Next to the beer dispensing area are a few deli stalls, so ...
Finally made it to the place I've most been looking forward to seeing and its a pretty special place. My dreams had involved a bit of snow, but alas, not to be. I saw some on the mountains today during the Sound of Music tour when we went to Mondsee to see the chapel where Maria and the captain were married. Side note: the travel guide complemented me in front of everyone for my beautiful ...
... ones made with hazelnuts and dipped with chocolate. Obviously we chose the largest most chocolatey pretzel we could find. And yes it was delicious. We chatted with our Ukraninan/Russian guide about how delicious perogies are and then reassembled with our group to climb a substantial hill to the abbey featured in the "Sound of Music". It was beautiful atop a hill with views of the city and when we entered the abbey we hear a couple notes ...