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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:50 am 
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Want to bring my missus somewhere nice as she has nice boobs (I nearly sent that as blobs but proof reading saves me again) and I like her. Have a few trips lined up for her but is Strasburg worth a shot in May. Hallstatt and Eagles Nest will be visited possibly. Thanksing you all and I hope you have a wonderful morning.....answering this


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 Post subject: Re: Strazburg
PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:58 am 
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you might want to check a map before going.


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 Post subject: Re: Strazburg
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 Post subject: Re: Strazburg
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randyandy wrote:
you might want to check a map before going.


Google did that to me


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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EverReady wrote:
Want to bring my missus somewhere nice as she has nice boobs (I nearly sent that as blobs but proof reading saves me again) and I like her. Have a few trips lined up for her but is Strasburg worth a shot in May. Hallstatt and Eagles Nest will be visited possibly. Thanksing you all and I hope you have a wonderful morning.....answering this


Nothing like a romantic long weekend away visiting key sites in Nazi history. :thumbup:


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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I knew you'd understand. Welcome back


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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Seneca of the Night wrote:
EverReady wrote:
Want to bring my missus somewhere nice as she has nice boobs (I nearly sent that as blobs but proof reading saves me again) and I like her. Have a few trips lined up for her but is Strasburg worth a shot in May. Hallstatt and Eagles Nest will be visited possibly. Thanksing you all and I hope you have a wonderful morning.....answering this


Nothing like a romantic long weekend away visiting key sites in Nazi history. :thumbup:


My wife insisted on doing the Sound of Music tour, on reflection, I think a Nazi victory in Europe would have probably been worth it if it meant me avoiding this trauma.


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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I better make sure all the shit is booked so I can't be Julie'd


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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EverReady wrote:
Want to bring my missus somewhere nice as she has nice boobs (I nearly sent that as blobs but proof reading saves me again) and I like her. Have a few trips lined up for her but is Strasburg worth a shot in May. Hallstatt and Eagles Nest will be visited possibly. Thanksing you all and I hope you have a wonderful morning.....answering this


You would like to TAKE your missus somewhere.

Take, FFS


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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slick wrote:
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Want to bring my missus somewhere nice as she has nice boobs (I nearly sent that as blobs but proof reading saves me again) and I like her. Have a few trips lined up for her but is Strasburg worth a shot in May. Hallstatt and Eagles Nest will be visited possibly. Thanksing you all and I hope you have a wonderful morning.....answering this


You would like to TAKE your missus somewhere.

Take, FFS


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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I may have some information on Salzburg to exchange for more information on those blobs. Preferably pictorial information.


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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wurst with grated horseradish at the green market is the best salzburg has to offer. and probably goes well with blobs.


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slick wrote:
EverReady wrote:
Want to bring my missus somewhere nice as she has nice boobs (I nearly sent that as blobs but proof reading saves me again) and I like her. Have a few trips lined up for her but is Strasburg worth a shot in May. Hallstatt and Eagles Nest will be visited possibly. Thanksing you all and I hope you have a wonderful morning.....answering this


You would like to TAKE your missus somewhere.

Take, FFS


Where he takes his missus is none of your business.
They are consenting adults.


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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Don't eat any Austrian food. Especially not of the rustic, traditional variety. Salzburg is nice, if you can stand Austria in general. Which I can't. The climb up to the castle is good. But don't eat the food there. In fact, don't eat any Austrian food at all. Forgot anything? Ah, yeah...the food...just don't.


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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Don't eat any Austrian food. Especially not of the rustic, traditional variety. Salzburg is nice, if you can stand Austria in general. Which I can't. The climb up to the castle is good. But don't eat the food there. In fact, don't eat any Austrian food at all. Forgot anything? Ah, yeah...the food...just don't.


They do a good sausage and beer at the monastery.

What I found really tough though was the smoking in bars, there is still no ban.

Every single cafe, restaurant and bar name is prefixed with Mozart or Amadeus


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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danny_fitz wrote:
clydecloggie wrote:
Don't eat any Austrian food. Especially not of the rustic, traditional variety. Salzburg is nice, if you can stand Austria in general. Which I can't. The climb up to the castle is good. But don't eat the food there. In fact, don't eat any Austrian food at all. Forgot anything? Ah, yeah...the food...just don't.


They do a good sausage and beer at the monastery.

What I found really tough though was the smoking in bars, there is still no ban.

Every single cafe, restaurant and bar name is prefixed with Mozart or Amadeus


You two have the perfect avatars for the above comments about Austria :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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Demilich wrote:
I may have some information on Salzburg to exchange for more information on those blobs. Preferably pectoral information.
Fixed


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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They serve a mean pint of Guinness in the Shamrock Pub :thumbup:


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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randyandy wrote:
wurst with grated horseradish at the green market is the best salzburg has to offer. and probably goes well with blobs.


I used to date a girl with 3 blobs.
Two on the front, one on the back
Ugly - but nice for dancing.


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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ZappaMan wrote:
They serve a mean pint of Guinness in the Shamrock Pub :thumbup:


Aye, that's a good wee place. Includes a Glasgow Warriors flag :thumbup: .


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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Used to live there for 3 years but that was over a decade ago.

I love Austrian food, they go heavy on dumplings, meat and desserts. Can't see what's wrong with that :smug:

Places I love and I think you shouldn't miss, in no specific order: Mirabell gardens, die Festung, Augustiner Bräu, Stiegl Brauwelt, Salt mines and the Werfen Ice Caves, Hangar 7, Zum Zinkelwirt, die Stadtalm, Elefant, Tomaselli, Großglockner Alpine road (if you rent a car), Mondsee and Salzkammergut, Hallstatt, Petersfriedhof in Salzburg Altstadt.


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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Salzburg's a lovely little city for a 2 or 3 day break, the Castle is pretty awesome.


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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danny_fitz wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
EverReady wrote:
Want to bring my missus somewhere nice as she has nice boobs (I nearly sent that as blobs but proof reading saves me again) and I like her. Have a few trips lined up for her but is Strasburg worth a shot in May. Hallstatt and Eagles Nest will be visited possibly. Thanksing you all and I hope you have a wonderful morning.....answering this


Nothing like a romantic long weekend away visiting key sites in Nazi history. :thumbup:


My wife insisted on doing the Sound of Music tour, on reflection, I think a Nazi victory in Europe would have probably been worth it if it meant me avoiding this trauma.


I'd do both the SoM and Nazi camps.


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 7:00 pm 
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I went there with my gf a couple of years ago and really enjoyed it. I had one of the 3 top beers in my life there, a Salzburger, made by these guys:
https://www.dieweisse.at/en/sudwerk/
The good news is there are beer gardens everywhere.

We went to the fortress and a palace out of town 3-4km. Bussed there, walked back. It was a bishops (I know I missed the apostophe out) palace who had it set up to play pranks on his guests by squirting them with water in various ways and places. Hilarious. Didn't bother with the SoM tour but keep an eye out for plaques on the footpaths to remember transported Juden.

It's very walkable city. We spent 2 or 3 days there, then headed to St Wolfgsang for a few days and went to Hallstadt from there. If you're going to go, go early as the place fills up with visitors. Get the train and a wee ferry takes you from the station to the town.


I did enjoy a beer at the castle/fortress looking out at this:
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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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Thanks all. Best months?


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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EverReady wrote:
Thanks all. Best months?



You want to be thinking of best weeks, she's probably on the blob every month.


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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We had two holidays in St. Wolfgang. Plenty of places to go to and to see. Enjoyed the cable car trip from St. Giligen up to the Zwolferhorn.

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ZappaMan wrote:
They serve a mean pint of Guinness in the Shamrock Pub :thumbup:

Full name is the Mozart Shamrock pub.


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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EverReady wrote:
Thanks all. Best months?

avoid the few weeks in July-Aug when the classical music festival is on (unless the missus is into that), city gets too busy, hotel and restaurant prices go up and there will be temporary stands taking up space in the main squares

I'd go Sept-Oct, weather will be nice, not too hot, less tourists and the mirabell gardens will still look great


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 Post subject: Re: Salzburg
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I have a photo exactly like that, GWO2. We walked down from there - had calves of fire for the next couple of days. We also went up the Schafsberg (?) on the steam train and did few trips on the Wolgangsee ferry - it's a greta spot for a few days r&r.


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Right booked Salzburg, Rome, San Sebastian and the club trip to NY's SO set up. Zappa have you ever thought about marrying a very feminine man?


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Mozart's house Salzburg. Read the backward writing on his bedroom ceiling. Fascinating.

You mentioned San Sebastian. Visit the Museo De Whiskeypub, its worth it


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cheese cutter wrote:
I have a photo exactly like that, GWO2. We walked down from there - had calves of fire for the next couple of days. We also went up the Schafsberg (?) on the steam train and did few trips on the Wolgangsee ferry - it's a greta spot for a few days r&r.



This is the train for the Schafberg
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Brilliant views up there of the Zwolferhorn as well.

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