September 25, 2017

Salzburg Randomness

Wandering the streets of Salzburg offers surprises at every turn. Whether it it music along the street, a local market, a beautiful street or a game of chess, it is all magical and adds to the allure that is Salzburg.

These acts of randomness are here for your enjoyment!

The chess board is always active.Friendly Game of Chess in Salzburg Austria

Local markets can be found along the pedestrian streets of Salzburg every day!Local Markets in Salzburg Austria

Beautiful street scenes are yours and one reason to wander and, hopefully, getting lost.Beautiful flower market in Salzburg Austria

Beautiful guilded signs adorn the way! Did you know these signs were used to depict the store during Medieval times when most people couldn’t read?Medieval streets with gilded signs Salzburg Austria

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  6. Celestine says:

    I love playing chess..Im just trying to learn some different angle taking some pictures..
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  7. I’ve always loved big games like that set up on the street. The Horton Plaza Mall in San Diego has one of those too. It’s probably good for the people who don’t like to shop because they can just wait for their friends while playing a big game of chess! 🙂
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  8. I have a soft spot for huge chess boards – I always have to stop and play!
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  9. What’s up with over-size chessboards in random places? I saw something like this in Uruguay.
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  10. Ayngelina says:

    Love the chess pieces.
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  11. Jim says:

    Loved these pics Debbie. And I see you written a lot more on Salzburg I can enjoy so will hang around here for a while. We were there in ’74 would you believe so it’s a delight to see these pics. And my wife won’t let me near those big chess boards…I’d spend all day oplaying chess!
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    • Debbie Beardsley says:

      Thanks Jim. At least she could leave you there while she shopped and know you’d still be there when she got back!

  12. Laurel says:

    I love the chess board and have always wanted to play on a big one like this one.
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  13. Salzburg was high on my list when I was in Europe years ago — I loved every inch of the place.
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  14. Great pics.
    I was in Salzburg in the 70’s and still remember it as a nice, friendly town.
    Many place to visit and activities to pass the time away.
    Thanks for the random walk.
    Cheers,
    John D. Wilson
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  15. Arti says:

    Loved the chessboard! I love playing chess!
    Have a fabulous weekend:)
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  16. What beautiful photos of Salzburg. I love the signs for the stores. Wouldn’t mind getting lost here.
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  17. Leigh says:

    I love Salzburg – though it’s been a long time since I was there. Nice selection of photos.
    Places with outdoor chess boards always seem so alive.
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  18. Salzburg does seem magical from all I’ve seen and heard. Very interesting about the signs — I never thought of that before.
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  19. Love seeing pictures of Salzburg. Yep, those signs in the old town are lovely. I had to laugh out loud at the MacDonald’s sign. Quite different than on our street corners!
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  20. I remember that giant chess board in Salzburg! One of the many reasons why it’s one of my favorite cities in the world. 🙂
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  21. People don’t steal the chess pieces?
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  22. Ashley says:

    Fantastic pictures – looks like a great place to wander.
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  23. Denise says:

    very, very pretty!
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  24. Jackie Smith says:

    Your photos made me feel like I was walking down the street with you.
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