On our last morning in Salzburg I took sister Kelly to the train station for her return trip to Munich and her flight home. Then Jim and I had an early breakfast and hopped on a Salzburg city bus for the short trip to nearby Untersberg, a mountain park on the southern edge of town that forms part of the border with Germany. From there we took a cable car up to near the summit hiked for a few hours in the thin air at over 6,000 feet.
We made it back to Salzburg with only minutes to spare for our train to Munich that evening. We said goodbye to Jim and Neva at the train station and Kim and I continued on to Regensburg.
It was a great way to end the visit with everyone.