- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... his life. We listened to the church bells ring every 15mins and walked through a vast shopping complex which once would have been pebbled.
The town today was busy setting up for the Advent festivals and so we watched Christmas lights being strung, a massive tree being transported through the narrow ...
... but no time at present.
The shuttle direct to Salzburg turned out to be a great way to travel, arriving just before 7. We yet again walked 20min to our hotel in the centre of Old Town and then enjoyed a light dinner of pumpkin soup and some complimentary ...
... this was fun, then we realized you could rent a kimono for the day. There are lots of shops selling fans and Japanese snacks eg: pickles on a stick.
Kiyomizura-dera is a large temple complex on a hill overlooking Kyoto. It has bright colours, orange and yellow. This is the main site for the cherry blossom festival in the spring but in the fall with the beautiful fall colours it is just as beautiful. We were approached by several groups of school children in ...
After researching and seeing pictures of Hallstatt while planning for our trip, I immediately knew it would be one of my favorites, and it did not disappoint. Autumn colors were at their peak (totally unplanned - we thought we'd be too late) and the trees filled the landscape to compliment the mountains and lakes. It was a treat for the eye everywhere you looked. However, getting here was quite the challenge. We thought that our overnight bus to Barcelona would've been the worst, ...
... walk and the following day a cycle to St Gilgen town and further along the lake shore. I still take great delight in my “new” bicycle.
Salzburg was good too. We met Dawn at the airport and went to explore the charming old town. Even in the rain it has something special – like hot chocolate, lovely buildings and the riverside walk fringed in autumn glory.