G'Sund & Natur Hotel Die Wasnerin
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- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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Today was another day where plans fell through, Brendan nearly died and we ended up freezing at a bus stop in the middle of nowhere- but not all was lost.
We decided a trip into the Austrian Alps would be a nice break from the buzz of Salzburg. I suggested the Lammer Geoge, an hour bus ...
... cave in the world!?). The Ice Cave was amazing, with temperatures dropping to -2 degrees C (below 30 F) It was something we'd never seen before. Northern Europe has certainly more of a modern feel compared to Portugal, Spain, and Italy. Almost everyone speaks English as a second language, bathrooms are finally properly equipped, and public transportation is more modern and efficient. We even got to ride on one of those "James Bond" (as we called it) trains where you get your ...
... 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.
... honoring Saint Rupert who was credited with helping to restore Christianity to the area in the early 700's. On Saturday people were dressed in native clothing, and there was music to be heard on every corner. Of course, there were plenty of Austrian foods to be sampled. One of their "slap dances" was especially entertaining, and I was able to get a short video of the way they made their dance interesting with their ...
... Monday. Arriving at our Plan B campsite there was no one around but a sign invited us to park up and help ourselves to electricity, so we did. We have an electric heater for just such an occasion ;-) MondSeeLand is in the middle of nowhere so we wheeled out the bikes, no not the bikes, the Kindles, and read for a while. After lunch we took a stroll through pleasant farmland in spite of the impending rain. Sure enough, it ...