Hotel Saint Johanner Hof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... goodbyes and packed the car once more. After leaving Fürstenfeldbruck, we drove back to the Autobahn to complete the A99 ring route around Munich. This is the closest I have been to the capital city of Bavaria and the city is absolutely huge. It took us almost an hour to drive all the way around it and we ended up on the A8 on the way to Salzburg, Austria.
Then the highway became a sort of European Union of cars. There were number plates from Germany, Austria, Italy, ...
... the autobahn in my time here in Germany. For those of you who are interested, I only got up to 100 mph on the autobahn. :-)
Once we picked up the rental car, we had about an hour-and-15-minute drive to Dachau. We got there early so we could sign up for an English guided tour throughout the camp that started at 11am. Before our tour we watched a 20-minute video that gave lots of good information about the Third Reich (the time period of Nazi ...
The train ride from Vienna was breathtaking as we traveled through a gorgeous valley surrounded by striking mountains. Zell Am See is a beautiful town on a lake in the valley. We were so happy to see such gorgeous mountains and get out of the city even for just a day. We spent our entire time in awe of Mother ...
... is the most stunning waterfall I've ever walked at followed by a walk around the lake that is there with the Alps surrounding us, all I could say was WOW, no words can describe it. Next we went to Zell am See, this is a town (coastal town) on a massive lake with the Alps bordering it all. The scenery here is simply breath taking, ...
My dad has had Riedel glasses for years... Little did we know, they are made in Kufstein!!!!!!!!! So when we found out we decided to go there and get a self guided tour of the Riedel glass factory. We were surprised at how small the insides were about 50ftx100ft. the glassblowing was awesome- you got to see how they shaped the glass with a cup and with a mold. And man was it hot in there! Those workers have to deal with serious furnace ...