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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Schwaigerhof Rohrmoos-Untertal
Travel Blogs from Rohrmoos-Untertal
... The lake was lovely today. The further out you go the clearer the water it was lovely and warm towards the surface and cool but not cold underneath. It was very easy to swim in no current no waves no salt I reckon given enough time I could swim the whole lake but it would take while I don't think you could rush anything here! The park was fun. ...
... and Jay it's funny because Bobby keeps getting their names wrong. We played in the Lake all afternoon it was great fun I can't wait for tomorrow! Daddy A day to relax. A very hot day. Kids played with their friends in the lake with Bobby jumping off the pontoon at least 2000 times!! The dingy was a source of entertainment. Hot tub, tug boat (as it pulled friends sat on their inflatable ring), destroyer (as they ran over a few kids!), ...
... dingy in the world finally got a dunking as the kids played on the lake. Afterwards we showered and did pasta and pizza. The pizzeria in the campsite needs to work on its timings. 20 minute wait turned into 80 minutes. They realised they had an upset Englishman on their hands at my wait - so fed me free beer!!!!!! And tea was great. Tomorrow is Salzburg and the pleasures of the Austrian public transport system. Of its anything like the scenery I won't want to get off the ...
... around 90 minutes exploring the different walks and lookouts before making our way back to the busses to the car park for a spot of late lunch with a view that took in the magnificent German/Austrian Alps all around us. Next stop: Salzburg. Home of Mozart, philharmonic and Sound of Music tours. Arriving late in the afternoon, we made tracks for the old town. Not having done any research, we were driving blind. Until we spotted some (a lot) of tourists ...
... roads, the fully laden Pug was struggling to get up these climbs, and the smell of burning brakes and coolant from cars returning suggested it was stressful on most cars. Like any alpine road, it was also full of cyclists, don't blame them, we climbed over 2000 meters in less than 15 km's. After stopping in a couple of places for photos we had reached the 4th point on the map, and our first big attraction. The Edelweiß-Spitze sits at 2571m and this will be the highest we drive ...