Travel Blogs from Obertauern
When we first arrived in Bacharach, we noticed castles around every corner. It was like a scene from a disney movie. Today we caught a very nice ferry. When we got off it, there was a cute little town. We were walking around it and noticed so many dogs. Then we arrived at a station were a little tour train would hike us up to a castle called Rheinfels. It was mostly in ...
... about the man that was found preserved in salt. I thought we were going to see him, but it turned out when he was discovered in 1734, the minors took him out and buried him. We were also able to see a fantastic light show, but it was still to dark to take any pictures of it. There were two slides in the mine that we went on. The first one was pretty short, but I went down pretty fast. It is made of wood, and you have to have your feet to the ...
... we parked and instead of driving back, Briana and I ran with the keys all the way back to where we are staying. We entered our room and got the phone, and stayed about a minute to get some water. Then we ran back down all the stairs, and ran all the way back to the car. They had timed us, and it took us 9:00 minutes to run the mile, and run up the stairs. Wow we were exhausted. We finally made it to the ice caves, and climbed the 500 steps inside the cave, and not to mention ...
... the wifi is disconnecting due to thunderstorms. I hope I see some thunder and lightning! -Bridget Yesterday we drove to Austria, but we couldn't drive completely straight there, of course. For lunch we stopped at McDonalds. It was the craziest McDonalds I have ever seen. For the bathroom it was 50 cents to get in, and we wondered why. It didn't take long for us to find out. When you are done, there are two motion activated sensors. One is for a toilet seat cleaning. A tab pops ...
... with a painted medallion in
the center. This one was flowers rather than the Virgin, and once belonged to Rudolfo’s grandmother. Isa loves plants and flowers and her garden is filled with both – it all made for an amazing trip. I hope we can come back next year and see the baby Isabella.
Being in Italy was just like summer, even Pisa was very mild, but as we entered the mountains it was cold and here in our ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility