Romantik Hotel Zell am See
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... salt got pushed down when the alps formed. We crossed a mining pit full of brine on a barge. The whole tour was great. To see what it was like this is the website with a video of some of the tour. http://www.berchtesgadener-land.com/inf o-service/ausflugsziele/salz-und-erlebn iswelten/salzbergwerk-berchtesgaden We then drove to Lake Konigsee, not far away from our B and B. Due to its picturesque setting, ...
... out the Salzburg Cathedral where Mozart was in charge of the music and organs. There are several organs besides the main one for the "surround sound" effect. We took the funicular (train) up to the fortress, Festung Hohensalzburg. It was first built in 1077 and added on throughout the centuries. Very similar to many of the castles we have seen in Germany and Austria. After the ...
... k out and was clear sailing after that. We headed to Prien to see the last of king Ludwigs palaces. He built this on an island. We took a ferry to the island and spent a few hours doing the tour. Someone stole my umbrella from the storage area! The palace was only partially finished and what was completed was extremely ornate. The grand ballroom was a replica of the one in Versailles and was full of mirrors and chandeliers. Website ...
... pools, 2 saunas (did you know you go naked in saunas over here- you can pick the Aussie, they're the ones with the swimmers on, and trying to look the other way), a solarium, retreat reading rooms with quiet music, the girls have had facials, and Matt and Maddi are having a massage as I type. When you come out of the sauna, button number 1 sprays cold water, button number 2 sprays warm water and button number 3 ...
... tour of the place. It turns out that there is a connection with Mannheim here because Elector Carl Theodor was made Prince of Bavaria in the mid 18th Century and relocated south where he reformed the salt mining industry. Despite progress, he wasn't too popular though and he once remarked that Pfälzischer Wein (wine from the province) was better than Bavarian beer!