Grand Hotel Zell am See
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We visited the "man" and "women" island. Before we entered the palace with the timed guided tour, we visited Konig Ludwig II Museum. It was actually very nice, especially we knew something about his life after visiting the famed Newschwanstein. The museum had many pictures and even Ludwig II's death mask and photo. ...
... left late & ate up 14 mins. So we only had 2 mins to make the connection. Believe me it was just like in amazing race, as we made the 100 yard dash, at a sprinters pace to make the connection. Marilyn was about 30 yards behind as I got to the train. She was worried that I was going to leave her behind. Would I do that?
Jim & Marilyn
... a bit out of the way for getting to Salzburg but many pretty scenes, houses and mountains were evident on the road there. This little town is very pretty indeed – high, snowy mountains and a great big lake. Plenty of pretty little houses also. We had a good walk around – took plenty of photos including a funny one of Craig wearing an interesting hat – he looks so much like Poppa in that photo. Only bad thing was that ...
... The bus took us on virtually the same route we had traveled the day before to Anif (to see the Anif Water Castle). And then we realized what idiots we were. The bus continued on for another 10 minutes and took right past Marktschellenberg, the location for the MEADOW. Are you kidding me. Cheryl and I spent more than an hour driving narrow little, windy hairpin turn roads to get from Mondsee to Marchteschellengberg and all we had to do was drive another 10 mintues past Anif ...
... red ferraris that were zooming past people.
We then went up another spur road, that would lead us close to the Grossglockner. We tried to stop at a pretty lake to have lunch, but somehow we had left our sandwiches at home. So we continued on to the end of the road at Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Hohe. It was named that for the Emperor Franz Joseph who visited the spot in 1856. It was high on the side of a large glacier valley, with the Grossglockner directly across from ...