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TripAdvisor Reviews Pension Glitschnerhof Aigen im Ennstal
Travel Blogs from Aigen im Ennstal
... The heat continued so we headed for Salzburg. Helen Farquhar and I had spent some time here
many years ago. Whilst the major sights
are just as memorable, the quaint main street with the guild shingles of long
ago has been replace by those of Maccas, Max Mara and most other ‘everywhere in
the world’ brands. Ramo has developed an ear worm and I have heard almost every
track from "The Sound of Music", especially the yodeling track!
This morning we stopped by mauthausen, the last concentration camp to be closed at the end of WW2. For the scale of atrocities committed, the fortification was smaller than I expected. A quiet and somber place, with buildings open, a museum then finally the memorials there leave you feeling hope as you exit the ...
... the town where, low and behold, they were holding a BEER FESTIVAL with a live brass band, Austrian food, and benches and tables set up in the main square. For a change, Andy was unfussed about the beer, but I had the most delicious wine I’ve tasted since arriving in Europe (Belgium, Germany and Czech Republic are not so great with reds) from Portugal of all places!
After the first bottle we had to purchase another for the remainer ...
... one of those times. The weather wasn't brilliant to start the day so that always makes me feel a bit trapped (serves me right for all the complaining about the heat) and we didn't really have a plan for the day and I think that I was also questioning whether maybe we are trying to cram too much in to the remaining weeks so all of this had me wondering about where we are right now. Also we had issues trying to get Lily and Ruby to write their ...
... a swim just about anywhere it seemed and it wasn't overly developed, in fact there were some parts where there was corn and wheat growing in fields right on the lake while the Worthersee felt much more developed and it seemed much harder to find somewhere to swim. So on the road we went this morning after some work for Jess and a film for the girls and we had a destination in mind although that didn't last long. We stopped in one town ...