Travel Blogs from Westendorf
... where as well as the usual restaurant and gift shop, there is a multi-storey carpark! Motorcyclists are also well catered for with not only a large dedicated parking area, but also lockers in which to securely leave their belongings whilst they see the spectacular sights. After eating our picnic amid such magnificent scenery (shame about the crowds) and a walk around, we retraced our route back through the park. On the way, we were amazed to see a car towing ...
... chocolate cake called Mohr Im Himd. We got back to the hostel around 9:30, I went and filled the bike up with petrol, packed it up and had a shower, and once again I find myself writing the blog quite late at night with an early morning on the cards tomorrow, but it's important to get it all done or I forget to write about so many interesting details. Tomorrow we ride to Cesky Krumlov in the Czech Republic, via Salzburg and then Linz, once again avoiding the toll ...
... cream parlour. Jess was pretty much over walking, so she decided she would stay at the restaurant for lunch while I continued up the next section to the top of the fall. The next section got steep, really steep, but the sign said it would take 40 minutes and I was interested to see how quick I could do it, so I power walked it. This turned out to be a lot harder than I expected, so much so that I had to stop at one point to catch my breath. I would say that maybe the French and ...
... if I mentioned it in my last blog, but I was running an unofficial "carbonara test" as we passed each restaurant - since they pretty much all serve spaghetti carbonara, it's a quick way of finding out if the restaurant is good value or not - once you've added in the cover charge anyway. Thus far, most places had it for 12 Euro, 9 Euro was the lowest I'd seen and 18 Euro was the highest. But as we pushed women and children to the side to get through the crowd, working towards ...
... We are excited as Mike and his new wife, Andrea, were both born and raised in the Tergensee area, and, having both lived in the US, spoke excellent english.
The next morning we worked on this blog, walked to the local grocery store and generally enjoyed being home bodies. In the afternoon, Mike and Andrea pick us up and take us on a tour of the area. First order of business, a hike up to a view point over the lake, yes, view points are ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Briem Westendorf
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