Alpenhotel Erzherzog Johann
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... found a different path near the gorge, climbing bridge rails etc etc to get some decent photos.
Still alive, we traveled back to Salzburg slowly, walked the river by night and checked out the cathedral all while consuming pumpkin soup, chocolate, apple strudel and coffee.
... of water evaporated, was encapsulated by clay then lava, and later raised by tectonics into the mountain. The mine is still active, producing tons on salt every year by bore hole drilling technology and dissolution/evaporation methods. There were light shows, movies, pumping stations, slides to go down (!!), Europe's oldest staircase with a 3-D projection of what life was like when it was used, and then a train ride that took us out of the mine at the end. The whole thing took a couple ...
... be ordered from the manufacturer in Italy. The weather has turned cold and without the awning, we cannot put on the “privacy room”. It’s turned cold very quickly and in fact on Wednesday 14 October we woke to a frosting of snow on the mountains. We therefore decided to leave this beautiful area earlier than we’d planned. We will head southwards to get a bit warmer. Once we find a base we like, ...
... percussion on an old log. BE SURE to watch this video. :-)
We visited Mozart's birthplace as well as the residence where he lived later in his life. There were paintings of Mozart performing for the royalty. We were especially intrigued to see that the paintings included dogs either sitting at Mozart's feet listening or sitting on top of his piano! The Austrians REALLY LOVE their dogs!
We had a fabulous dinner ...
... and served up promptly. Just as well as it was a big 'un, and the trip lasts just 45 minutes. St Wolfgang is bigger and even more touristy than St Gilgen. More costumes, more lederhosen, more busloads of Chinese. We repeat our French light lunch with tartes flambee and wine, though called something different in Austria. Good anyway, though not up to French cuisine standards. After inspecting all the shops and buying nothing more ambitious ...