Treff Alpenhotel Kronprinz Berchtesgaden
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We have just come back from a lovely trip up to Lake Konigssee, and a boat trip down the lake to St Bartholoma. The lake is nestled between the mountains, and is 602m above sea level with an average depth of 150m. It is the cleanest lake in Germany, with the water being pure enough to be classified ...
Today was another day where plans fell through, Brendan nearly died and we ended up freezing at a bus stop in the middle of nowhere- but not all was lost.
We decided a trip into the Austrian Alps would be a nice break from the buzz of Salzburg. I suggested the Lammer Geoge, an hour bus ...
... 50th birthday. It was built upon the summit of Kehlstein, (hence the name Kehlsteinhaus), a rocky portion of the Alps that overlooks Salzburg in Austria, and the Berchtesgaden. To get to the Eagle's Nest, you must take a special bus, as the roads are very curvy and dangerous, and the drivers are specially trained to drive on the roads that lead to the top. Once the bus drops you off, you must walk through a 124-meter tunnel, and then take a brass elevator to ...
... unless you want to starve. Not a lot of choices on the menu that are veg.
Anyway, we reached the office and met up with the rest of the group, about 30 of us, which by the way is NOT a small group tour in my book. Nevertheless, we boarded the bus and began the tour. Christine turned out to be a fabulous tour guide and her experience, enthusiasm and insights justified the high rating of the tour. (I could even get over the fact I was on a tour bus with 30 other people ...
... of Salzburg by bus. The first challenge was to get to the correct bus – but we have good directions. We found the bus stop – and arrived. As we were walking to the stop bus #840 (our bus) had closed its doors and had barely started. We signaled to the drive – but NO, he wouldn’t (and perhaps couldn’t) stop. So now, when does the next bus come? Ahh, it’s a Saturday, so they less ...