Schloss Pichlarn SPA & Golf Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... has central heating and is absolutely cosy. 23.10.14 Left the safety of our warm and comfy Pension this morning, out on the road into pouring rain, sleet. It did not take long for the temperature to drop and the snow to start, we stopped for a coffee after being kept to 80 kmh maximum on the autobahn due to water on the road and poor visibility we needed a break. We had a great coffee and when we got outside the ground was slippery with ice, wow that was quick. Then Bruce ...
... the railway, roads and towns. Very interesting. He also had a visitor's book that we filled in. We couldn't imagine he lived there, but it was a strange place to have a cafe. From here there was a short climb up about 80m above the river through the forest and where there is active forestry being conducted, then on until we came back to farmland with the cows and their bells. Then down along the river into town. Plenty of evidence of past rockfalls or avalanches with ...
... center letting on and off primarily Asian tourists, all who seemed to be armed with their selfie-sticks taking selfie photos galore! I’m guessing if you counted the tourist population into the town’s demographics, there would likely be an Asian majority!?! Now don’t get me wrong, I clearly do not have any issues with Asian people as can be seen by my travels as well as my past girlfriends, but the ...
... This track is called the Brine Pipeline Trail as it follows the oldest pipeline in the world, built in the 1600's to carry the salt in the form of brine from Hallstätt to Ebensee 40km away. Reached the northern end of Lake Hallstätt. As we got further along we got better views and it was just lovely with near perfect reflections of surrounding mountains. Passed the big penstocks that fed the power station. Once we had crossed the main Gosaubach ...
... What was cool about the hike was all of the various nationalities who were walking either down to 5 Fingers or back from 5 Fingers. (And by the way, we were not looking forward to the hike back... Yowza …. all up hill for 20 minutes in this really thin air.) Anyway, about the nationalities. We ran into Japanese, Czechs, Poles, Brits, Chinese, and Austrians. I am sure there were more, but those were the folks we helped with pictures.
Anyway, we reached 5 Fingers and ...