Landhaus St. Georg
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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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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... in Austria and they were basically the only type of chips available in the grocery store in Switzerland. They taste kind of like BBQ chips.
... village Obertaurn, they can take us but only in the beautiful campground on the lake. Here they have old French circus carriages that have been converted to "luxury glamping accommodation". Once again we get out of the traditional camping and into our true camping style!
So we have a transparent lake, surrounded by lush forest and Austrian Hamlets shadowed by huge snow capped mountains (Austrian alps) to top it off. And not a sound to be heard, even the boats on the ...
... experience the unique views across Hallstatt and Obertraun, the lake Hallstattersee and the Inners Salzkammergut region from these 5 differently designed platform.'On the way to the five fingers we walked to the welter respirate, a viewing platform on the summit of Krippenstein mountain (2,100 m) that is supposed to have 360 degree panoramic views. At this point we sat down, saw a patch of blue, waited, got up and returned it the cable car. We did not even attempt ...
... it was there, painful and annoying. We decided due to the inclement weather, it was raining properly now and the clouds down low that we would not take the cable car above the township to look at the view nor would we take the boat trip. Instead we had coffee at an historic inn and then proceeded to stroll around the town. The old town has very narrow lanes and no cars are allowed in without a special permit. There is only one real road, all the others are ...