Hotel Feuriger Tatzlwurm
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... would give us super weird looks. Apparently she's never seen the hashtag sign. The view from our balcony is out of this world. I heard knocking at one part and two of the four of us were in the room so I thought the other two were outside the door. I opened the door and there was a dog. A decent size brown lassie dog. He wondered in our room and let us pet him. Where did this dog come ...
... in English. The place is mainly designed to educate Germans about their history. The museum is located on top of the bunkers used by the Nazis and you can go down and look through the eerie tunnels and rooms. Lunch was in the adjoining restaurant before we tackled the journey home. Katrina had a go at driving with me as her navigator. She did a great job. I was a lousy navigator but in my defense I saw a sign ...
... again speed along.....speed limit 130kph and have cars tearing past us. We stopped for a coffee break at a roadside stop where a magnificent buffet meal could have been had if we so desired. Their roadside stops are something to behold. Do travellers plan their breaks around these places??? Back on the road and a huge traffic jam brought us to a standstill. Trucks were banked up for kilometres and when we eventually left ...
... lunch was eventually taken at 15:30 outside in the sunshine. Another BBQ followed soon afterwards, but consumed indoors this time. It's now dark around 19:00 and too cold to linger outside. Another lovely lake just 100 metres away - cannot compare, though, with St Gilgen. Thought for tomorrow. We really need to find a schweinshaxe while we are still in Bavaria. Possible venue is Ingolstadt, home of Audi. Mileage: ...
... for doing it in two hops. However, the lunch was excellent Tyrolean mountain fare in a spotless restaurant - and not another soul to bother us. Back at Westendorf we hopped off the bus in the village as, finally, the shops here are open. Alas, not a single one is going to dispense an ice cream for Keith, so he will have to make-do with another slice of Austrian cake. ...