Seebockenhotel Zum Weissen Hirschen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... water. The boats on the lake are all electric to preserve the cleanliness and peacefulness of the area. At one point on the trip the guide gets his trumpet out, and plays a tune next to the cliffside called the Echowand, and depending on the weather the notes echo one or two times - all very funky ...
... found a different path near the gorge, climbing bridge rails etc etc to get some decent photos.
Still alive, we traveled back to Salzburg slowly, walked the river by night and checked out the cathedral all while consuming pumpkin soup, chocolate, apple strudel and coffee.
... raindrops were in the air. To round off our strudel snacks and warm ourselves up, we got ourselves some teas, coffees and hot chocs.
During this break, we also browsed through a souvenir store. We overheard the store owner say that in this quaint little town, the only people they see is tourists. Other than that, there's nothing else here. Makes you wish you could do more for these lovely people.
We got back on the bus to head off to our final stop which was ...
... shops. One of which was built in 1423. Had trouble finding somewhere for dinner. Very busy restaurants close by. Found a restaurant and ordered steak with asparagus with potatoes and hollandaise sauce. Poor Sue's was very rare so she asked for it to be cooked a little more. They brought it back after microwaving it and she couldn't cut or chew it. Oh well. We went back to our room and finished drying the clothes and backing our bags. Early start ...
... 6 were delicious! then it was onto the bus and back to town (again) and then up the Monchsberg Aufzug (literally "Üp train" = lift). The Monchsberg is the museum of modern art - this was closed by the time we got there but the view was still spectacular. The Museum is up on the mountain and the lift goes up from a caven on the street below up through the mountain. Then it was back to the appartment to get sorted out for our early morning dash to ...