Ulrichshof Baby & Kinder Bio-Resort
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- Minbar in room
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
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... for its brewery.. That's really all I need to say. We started this adventure in the museum followed by the underground and then the breeey itself.. With amble free beer coupons, ice rooms, a sound and light show and packaging hall, the brewery tour dare I say was very good. ...
... they will serve free pretzels, white brats ( Weiss wurst) and any kind and as many beers as you want. I was driving so I only had one dark beer. After eating and drinking we went back to the gift shop to buy 4 six packs of beer ( $6 each ), mugs, beer openers, pins and several other items.
Construction on the way to the town of Bad Kötzting, where our hotel is, forced us to take a short detour. We ...
... amazing. Salzberg was very busy, we walked into the old town with the guide Antonia from Spain showing us around Austria. Bit different!! Nice guy tho. Nearly deafened yes on the way home with Mozart and the Sound of Music CDs. Was happy to. get back. It's 11pm and have just come in from the floor show, an Aussie guy who lives in Austria. Brett Reid. Good night. Will write again tomorrow. I need sleep. Love to you all. ...
Because we didn't get to visit the Andorfer brewery in Passau, we decided to visit it on the drive home. We were expecting some pretty gnarly traffic on the way home, so we left the hotel at 9am and had to drive over the Inn River, through downtown, over the Danube and up to the brewery which was only 5kms away, but still a 15 minute drive.
Being there just after 9am meant that we were either viewed as eager beavers or ...
... had a fantastic room on a medieval town square for next to nothing and the drinks and meals were ridiculously cheap. $2.00 for a half litre of beer with sidewalk cafe service...crazy (sadly, no NZ Sav Blanc – poor Cathy).
It was so pretty we were contemplating spending a second night there, but realised once we had walked around the town square and checked out the castle, we had pretty much ...