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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Took the train from Nuremberg to Munich. Encountered a group of refugees. Pretty difficult to get through with all the police that were there as well. I thought we might miss our train!! We didn't miss this connection although it is really full. One more transfer and we will be in ...
... in Bad Goisern, where i have a huge 4 bed room all to myself. As the so called holiday season is over, the place is very quiet, including the little town.
Bad Goisern is such a lovely quiet town, with a river running next to the town. The mountains are lacking snow, but it is a little early for that.
The price of food here is double or more than on Czech, as i found out when getting some food from the supermarket. Cannot believe how much dearer ...
... salt got pushed down when the alps formed. We crossed a mining pit full of brine on a barge. The whole tour was great. To see what it was like this is the website with a video of some of the tour. http://www.berchtesgadener-land.com/inf o-service/ausflugsziele/salz-und-erlebn iswelten/salzbergwerk-berchtesgaden We then drove to Lake Konigsee, not far away from our B and B. Due to its picturesque setting, ...
... to talk with her boyfriend. It's her loss, but I think it is so sad. She doesn't seem like much of a traveler and I'm sure she will never have an opportunity to experience Salzburg again, especially when it was already paid as part of her program.
Anywho, I arrived with the boys in plenty of time to board the train with all the business students. There were 24 of us traveling (21 students, 3 teachers), and all of our seats were reserved in the same train ...
... enjoyed seeing a tourist wince. I was not about to grant the satisfaction.
“Where is the lake?” I asked.
He turned a forty degree angle, pointed, then another ten degree turn and pointed again, meaning I’d have to make a right turn.
“So I walk down the highway and ...