Salzburg, Austria

Taking a train in Austria is amazing. The countryside beckons…and only makes me want to live somewhere like this more so. I’m a bit late with this gorgeous countryside – hope you don’t mind. ๐Ÿ™‚

The Salzburg train station was a pretty urban area with shops and loads of traffic. Once we walked the couple blocks to the hotel, we found ourselves in a pocket of the city that took you away from it all. The walk to Old Town took about 20-30 minutes, but I’m not complaining. It was beautiful. ๐Ÿ™‚

These “love locks” have been popping up in a lot of touristic cities…but nothing will top the bridge in Paris. The sun was setting on our first day, so I didn’t get to read too many of them. It’s pretty fun looking for unique locks and inscriptions – wondering who left them there.

Giant pickle art? Because why not?

My only complaint of this beautiful city is that it’s jammed packed with tourists and little children. Probably because of the whole “Sound of Music” bit. Daniel and I were unable to spend enough time in Salzburg to do anything too touristy – other than walk around and eat Manner enjoy each other’s company. ๐Ÿ™‚

And because even the Salzburg airport was adorable:



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