Hotel Schwarzer Adler
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... imposing mountains of rock and snow as a backdrop. The pictures really don't do it justice. Ultimately, the long day and gentle rocking of the train caused us all to nap a bit. We arrived in Innsbruck with two hours to kill. Dave had identified an upscale dining experience near the train station, but the girls ultimately decided they were a little too bedraggled to feel ...
... time to have lunch & met back at our hotel at 1pm for our afternoon tour to Seefeld. At 1pm our coach left for a lovely drive up into the countryside that included a horse & buggy ride through the woodlands. On route were stopped & searching by local & international police due to the G 7 conference bring held just a few minutes from the German boarder. It was a mere formality but never the less ...
Today we left Vienna very early to travel through the rich farmlands of eastern Austria past lakes and mountains. We arrived in Salzburg, birthplace of Mozart and setting of A Sound of Music.We enjoyed a guided tour of the town past many of the sites of the musical, through the Mirabell Gardens where the fountain is. we enjoyed a traditional lunch of Cheese Kransky sausage and ...
... Treas waited patiently with the trolley and endured the glares from the queue of people who had built-up while we wrestled with the card issue....
By this time it was getting on a bit and I think was after 16.00 before we actually departed, and then faced a 350km drive in ******* rain to Innsbruck, in Austria, and back to one of our previous camps, but made it in about 4 hrs despite 40 mins of walking-pace traffic due to a combination of peak-hour, rain, road-works, and ...
... of course with gilded work and murals but just perfect if you had to live in a castle. The second castle was Neuchwanstein, the fairy tale castle. This was also built by King Ludwig 2 as a getaway but was much bigger and in a very different style. It was beautiful but very dark inside. Looks magical from the outside. Just like in the fairy tales. The walk up to it was all uphill. We certainly got our exercise today. Had to have 2 ice creams to refuel ...