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The sound of music is not what you think it is. Salzburg is the birthplace of Mozart and everywhere you go his music being played from busking ensembles to background music on audio guides. It is beautiful, not that I know much about it. I will have to investigate more. The house where he lived with his family for seven years is now a museum. A number of his original instruments are on display including his violin and ...
... the temperature within the cave system during winter remained well below freezing.
Discovery of the cave was first recorded in 1879 after a natural scientist explored the first 200m. While some locals were aware of the cave, due to its location and tongue of ice, it was considered the gateway to hell, and no-one even considered going in! Serious exploration began in 1912. Just getting to the mouth of the ...
... dinner. Store hours are very strange here. There was a big mountain run today with lots of visiting competitors, but none of the outdoor stores were open. In fact, they all closed down around 1 pm on Saturday. Half the stores are closed Saturday afternoon and nothing is open Sunday, which is strange for a tourist town. Tomorrow we are off to Solden. Laura is leaving for Germany today for her school ...
Left Vienna to the sound of "our" church bells pealing. Great way to greet the morning.
Driving along the autobahn, there are always mountains in view. We keep driving, yet as we follow the valley floors, the mountains remain an enigma in the mist. Strong winds and rain, with the temp dropping to 11*. Looks like summer is over.
Into Werfen where Burg Hohenwerfen, a fortress on a ...
We caught the train to Kitzbuhel and said goodbye to Saltzburg. The ride is a couple of hours long and the route bypasses Germany, and so does a long loop around the mountains. Even so, the mountains along the route were pretty spectacular in places, with some narrow valleys. The country along the way is hilly, with lots of little villages. When we arrived at the ...