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  • Day14

    🏁 ZIEL 🏁🚙💨

    September 1, 2021 in Austria ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C

    Um 17 Uhr sind wir gestern durchs Ziel gefahren. Eine fantastische Reise liegt hinter uns, mit vielen Strapazen, Freuden, Erfahrungen und jeder Menge Spass.
    Die Erinnerung an diese Zeit wird uns ein Leben lang begleiten! 🚙💨🏁😅😊
    Es war schön gestern Abend im Casino alle wieder zu sehen und deren Geschichten zu hören. 😅🤣😂
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    RosBes

    wow 👍🤓 Glückwunsch 🎊

    9/2/21Reply
    Christoph Voss

    Herzlichen Glückwunsch...toll!😀

    9/2/21Reply
    Verena Rannio

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  • Day14

    Salzburg 🏁🚙💨

    September 1, 2021 in Austria ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    Wir sind gerade im Hotel angekommen. Unsere Anreise wurde 10km vorm Ziel 🎯gestoppt, da einer unserer Reifen einen Karkassenbruch hatte. 🤮
    Eine riesen Tortur die noch einmal alle Kräfte von Tim gefordert hat.
    Da wir auf der Zielgeraden waren, war unser anderes Team leicht von uns entfernt, so dass sie nicht so leicht zu uns zurück kommen konnten. 🥺
    Dennoch haben sie sich zu uns wieder auf den Weg gemacht! 😊
    Alles wieder am laufen 🚙💨, fit für die Zieleinfahrt am Casino heute Abend 😍🏁
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    Schnattel

    Na, bald geschafft👍

    9/1/21Reply
    RosBes

    🙈ausgerechnet kurz vorm Ziel... fast geschafft ❣

    9/1/21Reply
    Christoph Voss

    Viel Spaß beim Feiern🥳

    9/1/21Reply
     
  • Day1

    Salzburg

    May 23, 2021 in Austria ⋅ 🌧 9 °C

    Unser erster Reisetag beginnt mit einer Stippvisite bei Marcs Eltern, natürlich wurde etwas Zuhause vergessen. Die Straßen sind leer und das Wetter überwiegend gut, sodass wir in unter 7 Stunden in Salzburg sind. Die einzige Wartezeit entsteht an der Grenze, was bei innereuropäischen Grenzübertritt gewöhnungsbedürftig ist. Die erforderlichen negativenTests und elektronischen Anmeldungen für Österreich haben wir griffbereit, werden bei der Stichproben Kontrolle aber nicht benötigt.
    Gegen 16 Uhr kommen wir in Salzburg bei Julias Freundin Chrissi an und dank des guten Wetters machen wir direkt einen Ausflug auf den Gaisberg, von wo man einen grandiosen Blick auf die Stadt hat.
    Im Anschluss geht es in ein typisch österreichisches Restaurant. Über den Tellerrand ragende Schnitzel und Bier vom Fass, Touriherz was willst du mehr? Zudem erinnert auch nur herzlich wenig an den weltweiten Maskenball 20/21. Erfrischend anders! Ebenso wie das unglaubliche Alpenpanorama, an dem man sich hier einfach nicht satt sehen kann! Bei Salzburg handelt es sich um keine Großstadt, aber sie ist wunderschön!! Die als Weltkulturerbe ernannte Altstadt ist geprägt durch enge Gassen, alten barocken Hausbestand und eine zentrale knapp 800 Meter hohe Burg, welche ebenso omnipräsent ist, wie die Statuen von Wolfgang A. Mozart.
    Zum Abschluss wird sich kurz vor Beginn der Sperrstunde noch ein frisches Bier genehmigt und dann geht's ab ins Bett.
    Am nächsten Tag steht ein Ausflug zu einem der umliegenden Seen. Hier machen wir eine ca. 12 km Wanderung, bei nicht mehr besten Wetterverhältnissen, um den Fuschlsee und das dazugehörigen Naturschutzgebiet. Für einen gelungenen Ausklang und zur weiteren Befeuerung des Urlaubsfeelings geht es abends zum guten Italiener. Morgen früh geht's weiter in den österreichischen Osten nach Wien 😍
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    kosmo19

    Mega 😍☀️

    5/25/21Reply
    Marcel Schuster

    Werner Hansch an der Tastatur ❤️

    5/25/21Reply
    Tim K

    More input!! ❤

    5/26/21Reply
    Eibearmband

    So schön - habt eine wunderbare Zeit 😍

    5/30/21Reply
     
  • Day12

    A small snippet of Salzburg

    January 1, 2020 in Austria ⋅ ☀️ 4 °C

    Again we’ve been a bit slow on the posts over the last few days. Probably not a bad thing as it must mean we are busy or too relaxed haha. Salzburg was lovely and I would definitely go back there again if we ever return to Austria! Although I feel like we covered a bit of ground in the time we were there. We visited the house where Mozart was born and spent the first few years of his life (was fascinated to hear about his very talented sister who I believe was overshadowed by her brother!), went to Mirabell Gardens (a little bit more colourful in summer I assume but very pretty!). We saw a fantastic interactive exhibition about some historic musical instruments, caught the funicular up to the Fortress Hohensalzburg and then walked everywhere else we could. The NYE vibe was a bit tamer than Amsterdam 3 years ago although there were still fireworks going off everywhere. We had a great view of the festivities from one of the pedestrian bridges on the river. The weather was perfect and we felt like we had a chance to relax a bit on the last day of our stay. Staying healthy and been cooking up some delicious meals in our Airbnb’s :)Read more

    The endless journey

    Beautiful photo ❤️

    1/3/20Reply
    Hi-fli

    ED: GET DOWN FROM THERE!!!

    1/3/20Reply
    Hi-fli

    Strong composition and soft atmospherics! Assume taken with the Nikon (I thought I had seen a photo of Ed with a Nikon but can't find it now - must have been a Canon!) , not the phone???

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  • Day12

    Festung Hohensalzburg 1

    August 26, 2020 in Austria ⋅ ☀️ 26 °C

    Vom mozart sim geburtshuus simmer de zu de festig gschlenderet und mit em bähndli i festigsberg ufedüsed. Det obe hemmer as ersts d ussicht gnosse und en audiotour gmacht. Mer hend dur die verschiedene museum einiges über d gschicht vo de festig, de stadt und de bischoffürste erfahre.Read more

  • Day200

    Mozartkugeln

    August 11, 2020 in Austria ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    The slide throug Austria continued.
    Mainly because we kept on the safe side. We did not encounter any problem at all. There were moments that I was a little bit sad not to be forced to climb in its first gear.
    We did fairly nice slopes and many tunnels.
    I thought to feel the driveshaft trembling at high.. lol... speed. But could be imagination.
    But it's bearing is already worn out since the discovering of this problem in Taghit, Algeria.
    Spare part is in the boot. But ...I hope we will make it home without having to repair it "on the road".
    But we will see. Maybe...
    So we arrived safely in Salzburg.
    And at least I am very surprised about this city. Did not expect this.
    It's an classic -old- city, open, inviting, clean and relaxed.
    Tomorrow we go to visit the castle and the modern art Museum.
    Today, we just walked around and had a snack.
    It's almost so clear what we missed in Venice.
    It's a living city. Cyclists, cars, traficlights, people with a mission, shops of all kinds, playing children and "real people"
    The city vibe, the humm. Life.
    Maybe more tomorrow, otherwise.. see you in München.
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  • Day12

    Fürstenzimmer in der festung

    August 26, 2020 in Austria ⋅ ☀️ 26 °C

    De bekanntisti und gliichziitig prunkvollsti teil vo de festig sind d fürstezimmer gsie. Det hed jewiils de bischoffürst residiert und sind gäst empfange worde. En teil sinds grad no am restauriere gsie, sehr interessant gsie für en moment zue z luege.Read more

  • Day1

    Erstmal Salzburg erkunden

    August 7, 2021 in Austria ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    Nachdem Angie sich einen kurzen Überblick verschafft hat, ging es bei bestem Wetter direkt ins Städtle. Salzburg hat eine super schöne Altstadt mit vielen kleinen Gassen, tollen Plätzen und hübschen Gebäuden. Vom Mönchsberg aus haben wir eine super Aussicht über die Stadt genießen können. Die notwendige Stärkung haben wir uns im Gasthof "Alter Fuchs" geholt.
    Nach einem schönen, aber anstrengenden ersten Tag freuen wir uns auf das Bett, um gut erholt in Tag 2 starten zu können.
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    Andrea Kny

    Euch beiden ganz viel Spaß und viele neue Eindrücke 😘

    8/8/21Reply
     
  • Day201

    Grüß Gott!

    August 12, 2020 in Austria ⋅ ☀️ 19 °C

    Started slow. But early. As we did not have any food stored away, this was going to be a day of spending!!
    So we started of with a nice Austrian breakfast Dutch style.. ;)
    Relaxing start of the day. We booked tickets online for the Festung Hohensalzburg Burcht, were a lift brings you up the mountain were the castle has been build over the more than 1000 years. It's one of the biggest, still remaining castles in Europe... they say....
    Many nice spots and stunning views.
    Also stunning prices for a cup of tea.
    We kept ourselfs to our program, and left around noon, to go down into the city and have lunch.
    As professionals in seeking food, we found a great place with good food. We will not want you to be jealous and spare you the details.
    On with the planning. The "Museum der Moderne".
    Again on a hill. We love panoramas...
    Stroled around the museum, and stayed for almost four hours.
    As we were down to earth, we discovered that we still did not try the MozartKugeln so..
    Quickly bought a few and sat down with a coffee to swallow those things down.
    Now the day was coming to an end, and Nika had seen a nice "Mr Lee, fresh food".. so we closed our tour with a great , and fresh Asian dinner.
    Tomorrow.. (today) we head for München.
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  • Day17

    Salzburg Day 1

    January 26 in Austria ⋅ ⛅ 34 °F

    Woke up refreshed and headed across the street to a cute coffee cafe called Cup and Chino (such a cute name). We had an amazing bagel and croissant with cappuccino. Headed to the sound of music tour where we stopped at many different filming locations, all the while listening to interesting stories and the music from the film. The church where the wedding took place was about a 30 min drive in the cute town of Mondsee. We were able to walk around and grabbed a soup and aperol from a local restaurant called Pizzeria Nudelini. During our ride we drove around the charming town of Sankt Gilgen which is surrounded by mountains and the most beautiful lake called Wolfgangsee. I would definitely have a summer vacation there. Before heading back to the hotel we grabbed a drink at the morning place, this time we had a hot aperol spritz, didn’t know it existed but was very good!
    Klaus did some calls and I took a nap before we got ready and headed to the “BEST” dinner of the trip so far! It is family owned for the past 14 years, dad and 1 son work the Kitchen while the other son and daughter in law run the front of the house! The restaurant is called Maier’s which is their family name. After dinner we went to the most charming wine bar called Koechelvetzeichnis we had amazing tiramisu and eclair with a glass of wine. But hands down the most magical part was the 15 minute walk to and from, the streets were all cobblestone, barely wide enough for a car and old buildings literally built into the landscape. AMAZING!!
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    Jeanne Corsten

    Have always wanted to go there! Thanks for the details as it feels like I am there with you!!

    1/27/22Reply
     

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