Hotel Schloss Leopoldskron
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When I last visited this location it was a school and we had to trespass to get some good photos. I voiced the opinion that it should be a bed and breakfast and open to the public and from what I have learned it now is! What a fantastic location for a bed and breakfast! You will wake to the sight of the Untersberg reflected in the lake behind the schloss and greeted with the delicate songs of twittering birds in the trees on the property. It is enough to make you want to burst into song!
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Well we left the Hotel Kaiserhoff this morning at 8.50 for the main train station.
In hindsight I wish we had chosen to take all travel through Europe on the train system as it is so wonderful and guaranteed no turbulence !!
Seriously though, lol. The trains throughout Europe are lovely, very relaxing, the sights along the way …
... in the surrounding gardens conceived by Markus Sittikus, a man with a wicked sense of humour. He designed a series of practical jokes to pull on his guests - I can just imagine what they must've thought as they got soaked by hidden water fountains at an outdoor dining table or while walking under a carving of a deer head. You can't tour the fountains without getting wet - luckily we only got a bit damp thanks to the tour ...
... we explore the Red Bull World Exhibit. There were planes, race cars, motorcycles and the astronaut suit belonging to Austrian Felix Baumgartener - the first man to set the world record for sky diving, an estimated 39km. We were then escorted upstairs to the ultra-modern restaurant. Jared went for the suggested menu of 10 courses but I wanted a slightly lighter menu & they accommodated me with ...
... and Sue completed some judicious purchasing (some would say "power-shopping"), we grabbed a dinner of schnitzels at a small local restaurant. Dessert this evening was a chamber-music concert at Schloss Mirabel, and at the concert's end, following our bus ride home, we fell deeply asleep.
Yesterday was "all Mozart, all the time". Touring the house where he was born, we learned about his parents and one surviving sister, and saw some ...
... It was set up much like the one we went to in Germany except that it had lots of food booths. There were lots of different meats and nothing was in English, so I just had a pretzel. Matt tried something that seemed to be like ham and this potato/applesauce side. It wasn't very good so we got 2 different cream puff desserts and called that dinner. We then walked around the city and stopped at a coffee house, as well as an Irish pub before heading back for the ...