Hotel Lindacher Hof Garni
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Narelle is still very sick this morning. We pack and leave by taxi to the railway station to catch the 11.24am train to Salzburg. Although we are travelling 2nd class we have reserved seating. The train is very crowded and finding room to store our luggage was a problem. The seating was quite comfortable so we settled back for our 6-1/2 hour journey. There was not ...
... with the hotel's service. I purchased return tickets on the Metro Line 1 which has an entrance close to the hotel. The line runs to Hero Square with 8 stops between the hotel and the square. Their underground railway system is the oldest electrified underground rail in the European Continent. I walked a short distance to the Szechenyl Thermal Baths. The baths are spread over a large area with 2 ...
... people were sick back at the hotel do between been sick and nothing much to do the mountain was the right choice. It was really ****** snow up the mountain because it was really slushy. One minute it was raining then snowing and then sunny. But it was still ...
... that's all I've ever been to), except for the food. The food, instead of the Turkey Legs, Corn on the Cob, and other traditional (US) food, was Sausages and other German food. What else? The other shops were pretty much exactly the same as back home, and there were a few rides for kids and archery exhibits.
While we were here, the sun came out and it got HOT. So much for our umbrellas! We stayed for a few hours and watched some ...
... and by the time we got into Rosenheim just before 10.30 there was weak sunshine. We took our time walking up to the Bahnhof through the town (our impressions on our last visit wwere not favourable!). Having looked at the maps we had seem that path in Germany tended not to follow the Inn but to use undulating country roads to cut across the river loops, some with steep to very steep gradient sections. The ...