Pension Sarstein

Address: Gosaumühlstr. 83, Hallstatt, Upper Austria, 4830, Austria | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Gosaum├╝hlstr. 83, Hallstatt, is near Hallstatt and Altausee Salt Mine.
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      Travel Blogs from Hallstatt

      Day 3: On the road again

      A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs on Oct 24, 2014

      12 photos

      ... went to a pub. I ordered a Berliner Weisser - a beer that is sweetened with fruit flavour & served with a straw. I enjoyed this much more than a regular beer, which is, of course, what Jared had. I had read about the curry wurst, so I went for it. Bratwurst covered in onions with ketchup & curry powder - surprisingly good. Jared had a huge pork leg with sauerkraut and dumpling. It was just what we expected for typical German pub ...

      Soaked to the bone: Part 2

      A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs on Oct 24, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... The food was truly Norwegian-style with plenty of fish and vegetables. The least successful dish paired scallops & corned beef - not my favorite, a little too outside the box putting seafood & meat together. The most successful was a tie between the carrots with smoked cheese & pumpkin ice cream with camomile cream. The atmosphere was truly memorable and the service was impeccable
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      A Quick Alpine Retreat

      A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 16, 2014

      45 photos

      ... and shops were thematically colored in natural wood tones and covered in hanging plants and flowers. Occasionally there would be an opening in the right side of the lane providing a view and access to the lake. As we pushed further inward there were a plethora of handicraft and souvenir shops to cater to the abundance of tourists. Clearly Hallstatt was on the tour route as there were half a dozen buses just outside ...

      Salzburg: Schnitzels and Sonatas

      A travel blog entry by jonkinne on Oct 09, 2014

      11 photos

      ... not "weener" , but rather pronounced "Vee-ner", since it means a schnitzel like they make it in Vienna, which city in German is called "Wien"' or "Veen"). Similarly, the slang we use for "hot dogs" is interesting; "wiener" (we pronounce it "weener") really refers to a sausage which originated in Vienna made from a mixture of pork and beef, while "frankfurter" indicates a pork sausage like they enjoy in the German financial capital.
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      Ice, Ice Baby

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 17, 2014

      8 photos

      ... the day, we were in the first group of the day to tour the caves.

      As per the tours we had taken so far in Austria, the guide gave the tour in both German and English. The tour started with a little history of the caves. The caves have been open to visitors since 1913 (can't imagine hiking through there back then because I am certain they didn't have a guide, walking platforms or any other conveniences we had. We also learned that the ice is formed by water which seeps from ...