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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sonnschein Niederau
A little dated, but homey and that's nice. But. Expect to pay for every little extra.
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... off to the harmonizing power of crystals. In the Crystal Theater ones own fantasies take centre stage. You can have a look onto the giant’s belongings and marvel at an aria performed by the extraordinary soprano Jessye Norman and captured by Andre Heller in film before you enter the World of Wonders and the Crystal Forest.
Even the Crystal Stage ...
... to be intrigued with what we might find here. The old town has a couple of squares and a few cafes. in the centre square, they are setting up a market, probably Saturday or maybe Sunday, not sure, but there will be an angry person arriving in the square to find their car is longer there as the Police were picking a car up as it had been in the wrong place for too long, surrounded by a few onlookers...
The streets however are typically steep and narrow with a selection of ...
... in Austria now, and does so because she is a snowboard instructor in the winter and an avid all things adventurer. She only manages apartments to pay the bills.
Anyway, she gave us a lot of suggestions about what we could do - some of them - like hiking to the top of the mountain were not in our wheelhouse - and some were great suggestions (like rafting and the pool). She also told us about this reservoir near by and said it wasn’t a difficult path, pretty ...
... up my bike by the seat and it came off, fortunately the attendant came to help but considering the car is still moving as it does as you get on and off it was a crazy couple of minutes but mission accomplished.As it turned out, it was a huge lift and the 1/2hr the others thought they would take to ride up, turned into nearly 2hrs. Very high, very steep, and some pushing uphill in very steep parts. Ross even needed a ...
... to the place.
Back on the mainland, we decided it was so nice that we would stay for dinner. There was a
festival on at the shoreline with tents and live music so we decided to take in the surroundings with a beer and some BBQ chicken and chips. It was the perfect way to end the day and magical to see the mountains fade in the falling light and turn into silhouettes. We didn’t have long to drive into the mountains to our hotel called Prinzregent in Marquartstein.