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Travel Blogs from Sankt Johann in Tirol
... meal at the campsite restaurant the previous evening (very good too) we had the lighter thin crust pizza-type options, followed by typical Austrian puds - rich chocolate cake and apple strudel. Yum! Lunch done, we first visited the ornate baroque cathedral and gazed up in awe at the stunning dome before taking the funicular up to the Hohensalzburg Fortress which houses museums of not only military history, but also marionettes. Perhaps a connection with ...
... got told the same information. We returned to the hostel, Jess swapped her shoes, and we ascended the gondola lift. Beneath us, the town of Kitzbuhel fell away and we passed over a winding travel track with highly motivated cyclists climbing the mountain the ************ce we found the path we were meant to follow, it led us off the main track and down a winding trail with magnificent vistas of the surrounding alpine mountains. The trail led over a hill and came ...
... was starting to have its effect, but I'm pretty sure I've lost weight - so maybe I'm just getting old! At the top of the waterfall was a vividly green, quickly flowing river feeding the fall, a path that continued for another couple of hours before you get to the waterfall source - a glacier (I think maybe that's why the river is so green?) - and a sign indicating that it was 30 minutes back to the village. I headed back, and not surprisingly made good time. On the way back down ...
... videos but I was pretty excited to have the camera all good and working for this leg of the trip. At Lienz we stopped for some petrol and lunch, where I had Tiroler Holznechtspätzle, which turned out to be a strange noodle dish with bacon, cheese and fried onions, while Jess had Osttiroler Schlipfkrapfen which was an amazingly tasty potato filled pasta cooked in browned butter. Jess doesn't usually order better than me, but she did on this occasion. From there we took ...
... ride made up for the fiasco and provided a different look on Salzburg and the surrounding countryside. I grabbed a bite to eat before the tour and ended up buying a whole container of Nutella... I don't know why I bought it (duh because it's liquid chocolate gold) especially when it weighs a lot. I walked around Berchtesgaden for a little bit and saw the whole town. I can see why the Nazi elite retreated to this mountain side. The tour was quite ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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