6.10.09 Scintillating Salzburg
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We drove from our nice Weer farm campground, the owner waving goodbye on our way out. It was too rainy for the horse carriage ride and while we pet the horses, it was a big disappointment not to go out.
The autobahn between
We arrived near one in the afternoon, walked down a hill, through a cow pasture, across a little river bridge, and out to the road where the #3 bus circles around to head back into town. We were able to buy bus tickets from the driver (2E adults, 1E kids under 15, one way) and within five minutes were out at the Rathus (Town Hall).
Mozart’s house with museum filled our afternoon, along with pretzels as big as our heads that were, in some cases, really big pretzel-shaped donuts! We wandered all over the town and Charles used the Behan’s great Lonely Planet
At WildMann, we had fried sausage, sauerkraut, bread dumplings, and other Austrian specialties. Service was very nice and an exchange group from
So did a little Cocker Spaniel! He wandered in, wearing a harness, but no collar, and he proceeded to lay his little head on the restaurant step until they brought him water. Then he finally wandered inside. The last we saw of him, he was following the chef around, into and out of the kitchen! Dogs are welcome nearly everywhere in