Hotel Gallspacherhof

Address: 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

Day 55 Kematen to Linz to Vienna to Rome to Genoa

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Sep 06, 2015

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We started our journey from Kematen with a train to Linz. A long day of travelling. Thank you Gabi and Friedrich for caring for us so superbly. We were very spoilt and very grateful for everything. The flight to Rome had Italian crew and mainly Italian passengers. It was total chaos from lining to check in to getting our seats on the plane. ...

Day 54 Kematen, Austria

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Sep 05, 2015

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A cold and rainy day today in Kematen. In Alm Tal it was 11 degrees Celsius. We had a relaxing morning. I have been enjoying my time immensely in the kitchen with Gabi. I have learnt so much about the German/Austrian cuisine. Today we made prune dumplings for lunch. We picked the prune plums from their trees and the dough included quark and fine flour. They are coated in a breadcrumb crumble. Delicious! ...

Day 53 Linz, Austria

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Sep 04, 2015

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Gabi and Friedrich drove us to Linz today, 20km, it took about 30 minutes. We took Nelly with us and left her in Linz at Katherina and Hubert's house. Katherina was in Göppingen for the weekend for Gabi's mother's 80th celebration with the grandchildren. We parked in Urfahraner Markt and walked along and over the Danube River into the Alt Stadt. We walked to Leberkas Pepi and ate baked leberkäs on a roll, a speciality of ...

Ten days in the Tyrol

A travel blog entry by onawym on Sep 03, 2015

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... for a couple of days while I blew the cobwebs away. I have come to the conclusion that out here when you read a route is ‘easy’, assume that it’s ok but more challenging than you thought. If it says ‘medium’ then assume that it’s going to be bloody hard. If it says ‘difficult’ then turn the page and forget it because you will probably die of exhaustion. I was climbing up a particularly steep grassy slope to visit St. Jakobs cross ...

Day 51 Vienna to Linz to Kematin, Austria

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Sep 02, 2015

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The wifi and Bluetooth stopped working in my iphone 4S. Went to an Apple Store and was told that this was common and my phone could not be fixed and it would not work again. After much contemplating we decided to buy a new phone. I bought an iphone 6 plus and had to buy a SIM card elsewhere. It was all a very painful process and had us running around all day. Unfortunately this time loss meant that we had no time to visit the ...