Hotel Vitaler Landauerhof
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the regional Catholic stance toward religious tolerance and allowed Protestants to practice with some restrictions. in 1861, Emperor Franz Josef I took
the tolerance a step further and officially declared that the Evangelical and Catholic faiths should be equally tolerated. This enhanced step toward tolerance let the local Protestant population grow to 500 people and the current Protestant Church was built in 1863.
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Yesterday we did basically nothing but relax all day and then walk to a nearby restaurant for dinner. It was nice to relax in this cool Austrian weather and I spent most of the day either sleeping or reading my book. Corey was really bored, though, and wanted to do some exploring. So, we found an activity to do today, which ended up being "Liechtensteinklamm", a gorge that we could walk through.
It was a short ...
... oars or electric motors. We spend 2 nights here and enjoy fabulous food, including a dinner where Adam orders the Wild Boar Goulash with Dumplings. I go for the safety of the daily menu, which includes soup, vegetable strudel and blueberry cake. Delicious and nutritious, I look at horror at Adam’s dumpling as they look like they are filled with the insides of the poor wild boar. I ask the waitress if it contains offal, she confirms that is only bread and the liver was in ...
... winding footpath. No time to stop and view the cloud obscured view, but made it with 4 mins to spare. They have seats on the way, I guess you are supposed to enjoy the walk up. The ice cave has spectacular ice formations, up to 9 meters high ice towers. It was amazing, we went first deep into the lowest part then climbed, up a zillion stairs to the different levels of the ice cave. The cave had a frozen river which at one point we not only walked across but climbed ...
... up the grave sites 15 -20 years after death, cleaning the skulls and main bones; then, painting them, writing the family name with a date and storing them. The grave yard is really small and this was the towns solution to the problem. They charge 1.50 euros to see the skulls, it's very gothic. I read about this church in an article sometime back before we even planned this trip. Lunch was interesting ( the food was good) as we saw a ' Basil ' moment in the cafe. It ...