Hotel Gallspacherhof

Valentin-Zeileis-Str. 1, Gallspach, Upper Austria, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Valentin-Zeileis-Str. 1, Gallspach.
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Travel Blogs from Gallspach

A Day in Passau

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Aug 07, 2014

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... church). The city had some good ones, and others who people disliked, which led to a number of uprisings. You can still see the covered passageway that led down from the castle to the river, where a boat was waiting to spirit the leader away to safety, in case of a revolt that got out of hand. This passageway has the narrow slits in the walls for archers to shoot at attackers, as well as ramparts from which ...

Nothing but motorways today...

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad on Aug 04, 2014

I've got a long way to go to get home and not long to do it in....as North Serbia & Hungary are very flat & very unexciting I hit the road, did 460 miles and finished up in a one horse town in Austria.

No pictures as nothing to see.....
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Avoiding the cyclotourist

A travel blog entry by vincent.michon on Jul 30, 2014

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... any little wooden shelter, picnic table, any bench on the river. We have to eat on the stones. BUT! We somehow managed to find an amazing campsite right before Linz, Austria (did I tell you we're in Austria now? There is absolutely nothing showing you are crossing a border from Germany, really low key). It has 5 natural swim lakes, a quiet and beautiful campsite, and... a restaurant with ...

(Cycling) Highway to Passau

A travel blog entry by vincent.michon on Jul 29, 2014

15 photos

... border with Austria, and also that it's really gorgeous, with many pedestrian streets, colorful buildings and rich architecture. We said hi to the Danube again, but this time the boy had grown a lot since Tuttlingen, not least because of the affluence of the Inn. We found a nice little camping close to the river, and set our tents there, before going into town to have a salad, for a ...

Passau to Linz

A travel blog entry by cruisingplus on Jul 28, 2014

... cobbled stone streets and narrow streets this is a must see. People who did Rothenburg days early commented they thought Cesky was better.

Then it was time for lunch of beer and pork with a potato mash with sauerkrat mixed patty and a moccha cake for desert.

We the had two hours of free time to explore the shops before back to our coach for the 1.5hr trip to Linz to meet the boat. On return we stopped at what was like a duty free shop on ...