MAVIDA Wellnesshotel & Sport Zell Am See
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... chandelier. It was so detailed and gorgeous. This palace is basically a museum of Louis XIV's Versailles. Ludwig II may seem quite wasteful when it comes to building palaces. Of course, again, he didn't quite spend much time at this palace. I believe it was barely 10 days that he slept in that fancy bed in his ...
... memorable were the Imperial Palace, Sisi's museum & St. Stephens Cathedral. The story of Sisi (Elizabeth, empress of Austria) is quite fascinating, I would encourage you to google her & read about her life.
Today we took the train from Vienna to Kitzbuhel. We had to transfer trains in Worgl, & expected to have 16 mins to make the connections. Well ...
... VERY cold and it got down to 7 degrees there. So I wore my new warm coat – tag still on it as I hadn’t taken it off yet. We had a nice light lunch in a pretty café. On to Salzburg. Our hotel, The Gasthof Junior is on a very main road – it seems like it will be very noisy but the room is clean and fine. We rested and then went for a walk in the local area. It has good parts and bad. As the Internet is not excellent in ...
... The bus took us on virtually the same route we had traveled the day before to Anif (to see the Anif Water Castle). And then we realized what idiots we were. The bus continued on for another 10 minutes and took right past Marktschellenberg, the location for the MEADOW. Are you kidding me. Cheryl and I spent more than an hour driving narrow little, windy hairpin turn roads to get from Mondsee to Marchteschellengberg and all we had to do was drive another 10 mintues past Anif ...
... red ferraris that were zooming past people.
We then went up another spur road, that would lead us close to the Grossglockner. We tried to stop at a pretty lake to have lunch, but somehow we had left our sandwiches at home. So we continued on to the end of the road at Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Hohe. It was named that for the Emperor Franz Joseph who visited the spot in 1856. It was high on the side of a large glacier valley, with the Grossglockner directly across from ...