There are a couple of places in Bad Salzig that sell stamps. I bought mine here at the post office. They are 45c for cards sent within Europe and the UK and if you ask for *Briefmarken mit schoenes Bildern* or *Sondermarken* you get ones with nice picures on.
This is getting a bit desperate for *Things to do*!! As you can tell, there ISN'T too much to do in this little town!
This isn't really a things to do tip but if you are wandering and feeling peckish then it's definitely worth poppin in here!
They do fabulous rolls for a couple of euro - and they will fill them with whatever you fancy there and then! They also do various cakes and pastries and little marzipan pigs! Yummy! It opens around 8ish and they sell out quickly so get there early.
There's not a great deal to do in Bad Salzig. The Eiscafe opens around 11ish and is a pleasant way to while away half an hour chatting with friends and colleagues!
There's a good choice of icecream and it's delicious! The tea is ok too in that *hot water -and a-weak-German-tea-bag-kind-of-way*
Bad Salzig is a spa town - I have been unable to find out much info about it's history in English but people seem to still come here to visit the Kurhaus/Kurpark (spa house/gardens).
It's just next door to the fire station. We went on a Friday morning and picked up a couple of brochures.
Bad Salzig is quite hilly so be prepared. There are some lovely buildings including the Catholic church.