Chateau de la Cazine
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... ticket office, it is still a steep climb to the top, but it's well worth it, as the views are spectacular. Checked out the museums and hobbled back down again. Salzberg has lots of beautiful churches and after about 4 (looking for the one in the Sound of Music) Himself rebelled and we retired to a sidestreet cafe for coffee and cake. Salzberg is a very pretty city with lots of shops (which were shut as it was ...
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... the newer section, past the gentlmans bar/ cinema/ childrens clothes store. We tied up out the front of it all but its pretty exposed as far as young louts untieing your lines at night which were told is the french equivilent of cow tipping or rocking roofs. craig jumped off to tie us up and unfortunatly found a landmine. i had been wondering if the froggy doggy ...
... only a few hundred KM in france.
We pulled into a Lidel(europe chain supermarket). For last minute froggy supplies, wine cheese etc. In the carpark a woman pulled in beside us and saw me wind the windows and lock pepe up. "you dont need to worry about that here" she said. " Italy and holland( her home country) definatly but here? No."
It mirrored our impression of france. After leaving southern Spain it has been such ...
Its been a frantic dash since Caroline left work, so a chance to pause now and check our options from now on
Still amazed we have space in the van, even packed an iron and ironing board. (ok, a mini one, and the board will double as a laptop ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility