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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... people we've met and we enjoyed talking to them so much. I especially love the accents and their different nicknames and expressions for things like "blimey!" and "touch wood" instead of "knock on wood". Our room had a beautiful view over Lake Hallstatt and a wonderful breakfast each morning, complete with a different variation of Jane's homemade muffins, fresh fruit, cereals, hot fresh coffee, tea, rolls, hard boiled eggs, cheese, jams, etc, etc. We were totally spoiling ...
... percussion on an old log. BE SURE to watch this video. :-)
We visited Mozart's birthplace as well as the residence where he lived later in his life. There were paintings of Mozart performing for the royalty. We were especially intrigued to see that the paintings included dogs either sitting at Mozart's feet listening or sitting on top of his piano! The Austrians REALLY LOVE their dogs!
We had a fabulous dinner ...
... We're up and sorted remarkably early, at 10:30, as most of the chores were done last night. Having been disconnected from the electricity and paid our dues to the little hotel elf (€23 per day) we're free to depart. St Johann is just up, or probably down, the valley so it's a short and easy run. Arriving in the campsite we were "welcomed" by a rather large lady who twice ignored my request ...
... the Danube River. Painted in a yellow/gold color, the Abbey is stunning. The Abbey has been active over a 1000 years and founded upon the writings of St Benedict. Benedictine Monks still live and work there managing both the Abbey as well as numerous parishes under their guard. The complex is very large but the rooms open to the public are few. They do include however the library and the exquisite chapel. Each day at noon the monks have a 15 min prayer session in the chapel ...
... 55357; way to go!
Easy trip to the Westbahnhof--train station. Got right on. Only had to change trains once in
Attnang-Putchen......try and say that fast 3 times ha ha. We knew we were on the right train, but it was a regional train so never an announcement for the stops. No signs posted on the train. No indication whatsoever where we were stopping. I mean yes, on the original schedule it listed 5 stops, but ...