I was at a crossroad of choice while taking a day off. The weather is nice. Should I go sightseeing or write pilgrim’s diary? It’s a beautiful city, but I chose the latter. Instead, I will introduce the memoir of those who have visited Salzburg’s attractions ahead of me.
1. Today I came back to Mozart’s birthplace.
2. The outer town is seen from the plaza near the birthplace.
3. It’s time to go.
4. It is German border just outside of Salzburg. It is 19 km course.
5. I walked from the alleyway of Mozart’s birthplace.
8. The signboard on this street is worth seeing.
12. It is a mountainous city like Korea.
20. Clear water coming down from the Alps flows silently through the city.
23. Austria uses water from the Alps as its source of drinking water. The water contributes greatly to hydroelectric power generation. In Austria, the Alps also provide water and energy.
25. I crossed the border. Good bye Austria!
26. Finally, it’s Germany. The last country of this winter pilgrimage.
27. As soon as I entered Germany, it suddenly rained.
28. As I was waiting under the eaves, I saw a rainbow as it cleared up.
29. It was like welcoming a traveler. Commemorative selfie.
31. Strangely, it is not easy to change the SIM card in Germany. I decided to use the remaining 4GB data as it is. Telegram or Kakaotalk can be reached with the Korean number +82 10 4234 2134. For Whatsapp, Austrian number +43 676 959 1487 may be used to make calls and messages within Germany.
34. The weather is going back and forth.
35. I walked in a quiet residential area.
38. The chickens followed the traveler. When I took out the camera, they turned heads slightly.
41. I saw a beehive. I noticed that a wooden roof protect the beehive from rain.
52. I could feel the generous atmosphere of renovating old houses.
53. The south-facing roof is surely topped with solar panels.
57. I entered the village near the destination.
58. I met several people in the village. They welcomed me after knowing that traveler came from South Korea.
59. It was a wonderful day.