Hotel Pension Lindenhof
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... We are not fans of cities and had our fair share of them last year, but at least I can say I have seen Salzburg now. Preferring scenery, we yesterday did the dedicated cycle path along the valley from the campsite - 14 miles there and back - and returned just before the rain started mid-afternoon and I dont think it has stopped since! Anyway, we have extended our stay by one day to get packed away - come rain, come shine - before moving on to Germany tomorrow ...
... offer a variety of bratwurst and knackwurst with the best sauerkraut I have ever tasted, half roast chickens, mackeral on a stick and lots of cakes and pastries. The beer steins are humongous! We sit at a long picnic table with several other groups and take in the scene. On the walk out we see that while most attendees drove their cars, some showed up on tractors and horse drawn wagons.
Mike and Andrea drop us off in the early evening and ...
... a 20 mile detour when you eventually reach the river with no bridge! The day started with a lovely 10 miles along the river, stopping in a traditional German town for a fantastic breakfast in the sun. When I then checked for directions out of town I discovered the town wasn't even on my map. The only way to where I was going was up over the mountain. That was a gruelling 6 mile climb followed ...
... delighted to find a tarmac road leading back down to Lofer, but Hubby decided we should ride down the tracks through the forest, so we set off.
My intrepidity (is that a real word?) got less and less as we descended – first through a field of bullocks who eyed me very suspiciously, then the forest path got more and more narrow with bigger and bigger cow-pats/tree roots/big stones and then steps! We ...
... kept falling, so we went out in the car west down the valley to St Johann- in-Tirol, the biggest town in the region but still very small. The centre is traffic-free, which is always nice, and the town square held the church, Rathuis (town hall) and some very decorative hotels.
We walked round & window-shopped for a bit, then drove home via a longer but ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Pension Lindenhof Prien am Chiemsee
Friendly owner, well connected by local transport and walkable from the main station. Rooms are spacious and there is Edeka supermarket just besides the hotel. Clean and hygienic atmosphere.
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