- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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You can tell you are back in Austria when the quality of roads greatly improves and the price of everything goes way up. We were treated to fantastic views of rolling hills, mountains, quaint villages and crazy drivers on our way to Salzburg. Austria is blessed with a lot of natural beauty (think Sound of Music).The grass is inexplicably green and little cabins with smoking chimneys dot the hillsides. At one point I asked Dom to stop the ...
... a royal palace with ceremonial courts, guest apartments, grand halls and a library.
In the 11th centruy, Leopold II of Babenberg presented the palace to the Benedictine monks, who turned it into a fortified abbey. The highlight of the abbey is the Stiftskirche, or "Abbey Church." With its twin spires and high octagonal dome, the church has an astonishing number of windows. Its jaw dropping interior is a baroque extravaganza, with magnificant frescoes ...
... the deep wide ocean. We are going to swim with the fishes and the dolphin in the ocean. We are going to the zoo,the beach and the bridge of greatness_the Sydney Bridge.
... scrolling we decided to bite the bullet and head to some lakes about 40k outside of Salzburg. We left Vienna around 10.30 and I my comment on the motorway being scenic is not quite true, not when travelling North West anyway. The rain didn't help and the majority of the 180km I drove was pretty much farm land with very little view of towns. After a couple of stops to get fuel and food we arrived at 'Mondsee' just above the start of one of the lakes in this area. We saw a ...
Travel tip: Aushfart isn’t a town, you won’t find it on any map, it means exit in German.
We woke to the sound of church bells and the welcome feel of sunshine. Today we would leave Germany and at some point, and it could be 4, 6 or in 8 hours time enter Austria. Some European countries require you to purchase a vignette, it’s a road tax or salad dressing depending on where you are from. We bought ours at a German service station, successfully ...