Purcherhof

Address: Mitterberg 21, Gröbming, Styria, 8962, Austria | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Mitterberg 21, Gr÷bming.
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Travel Blogs from Gr÷bming

Some time in the Alps

A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Oct 19, 2014

1 comment, 76 photos

... the scenery. John went for a walk in the snow and got to the top of a mountain where a couple of tourists were star jumping and taking photos of each other in the snow near the cliff edge, did not seem to be too smart to him so he left them and headed back. Heaps of hang gliders up the top, not for me I am afraid. Caught the Gondola down, nice lunch and we will spend the afternoon planning our trip into Italy tomorrow. Out with the Schnitzels and Wurst, in with Pasta and ...

Bad Ischl

A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Oct 17, 2014

5 photos

... 20 years ago as it is right in the centre of Austria, but not recently. The ladies on the bus were horrified and most indignant. Still took a little while to get out of the town and into the wilds and we were in light drizzle. Eventually had to submit to the rain jacket - the first time we have had to wear them for weeks. Track went past a ski area with lifts and lots of chalets and snow making equipment. This was fairly open country, but the animals had all been taken down ...

A Quick Alpine Retreat

A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 16, 2014

45 photos

Just southwest of Salzburg in Austria's scenic Salzkammergut lake district was a waypoint in our journey toward Vienna, a place I had only recently heard of but knew we wouldn’t want to miss: Hallstatt. This tiny mountain hamlet lies right between the base of a limestone mountain and the Hallstatter See, a placid alpine lake, making it perhaps the most naturally scenic place on our trip. The town has been inhabited ...

Hallstatt

A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Oct 15, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... overtaken by various groups, but has persevered. This is mainly due to the salt that has been mined here since 1300BC and the wealth it brings. Now dominated by tourism, but salt still mined here. Walked along the waterfront and admired the town's architecture and location. Went along to the old graveyard and Bone House at Michael's chapel. Because flat land is so scarce, they used to remove the bodies from the grave after 20 years when they had decayed so ...

Ice, Ice Baby

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 17, 2014

8 photos

... br> We had our cabbie let us off at the far end of the village and we wandered back through so I could stop at the bank. We had decided to grab some lunch and then catch “Stephanie” back to the train station for the train trip to Bad Ischl and then the bus trip to Salzberg. (We had been advised to get off the train at Bad Ischl and catch the bus because the bus route was through the scenic Salzkammergut district (the lake district) outside of Salzberg.

So we ...