Landhaus Zu Appesbach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We have just come back from a lovely trip up to Lake Konigssee, and a boat trip down the lake to St Bartholoma. The lake is nestled between the mountains, and is 602m above sea level with an average depth of 150m. It is the cleanest lake in Germany, with the water being pure enough to be classified ...
Today was another day where plans fell through, Brendan nearly died and we ended up freezing at a bus stop in the middle of nowhere- but not all was lost.
We decided a trip into the Austrian Alps would be a nice break from the buzz of Salzburg. I suggested the Lammer Geoge, an hour bus ...
... around 11am. I was pleasantly surprised at what a beautiful day it was outside. Sun was up, gorgeous blue sky, and it felt like spring was in the air (even though it's autumn here). Dragging our luggage to YoHo hostel, we placed our belongings in our room and went out to find a quick bite to eat before doing an afternoon tour.
Despite all the open space and wide roads, I noticed that the streets were so quite as I walked along them. There was hardly any people out ...
... streets with cute buildings, large plazas, open gardens, mountain top fortress and a river in the middle of it all. Oh, and by the way surrounded by snow capped mountains. It is almost cliched, but we can see the attraction of this relatively small city. Salzburg is of course obsessed by Mozart, and he can be found on chocolates, bobble heads, springs and even as a rubber duck. The Austrians do make it ...
... 20 feet above the river for many miles.
We then left to drive Westward to Kranjska Gora where we entered the highway/pass built during World War I by 10,000 Russian prisoners-of-war. The Vrsic pass/road was built as the only access across the Alps in this area of Europe during the war. As we approached the beginning of the road, we were in complete awe of the Alps shooting dramatically upward many miles away. I had ...