Zum Schwarzen Baren
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- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Family rooms
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... and is the third biggest city in Austria. It has an industry based on steel production (and was targeted and hence bombed heavily during WWII with 75% of the town destroyed), chemical production and higher education. The Austrian government has been investing heavily in infrastructure in recent years with an impressive new train station - at least the people get something back for their 40% of salary paid in income tax. Salzburg is a town on ...
... like royalty with champagne and drinks, but with the added bonus of 2 very attractive young ladies entertaining us with songs from a Mozart Opera, and The Sound of Music.....Bill was singled out by one of the singers as the subject for part of one song; much to the amusement of the others
We returned to the boat in Passau, Germany. Dinner again was first class. Another memorable day. We could easily get used to this ...
... worth it. Salzburg has a good-sized, old town with multiple churches and a castle built on the rocky hill above. It is recognized as one of the best-preserved city centers north of the Alps. This city has been continuously occupied since the 5th century BC. It was important northern city in the Roman empire, but was abandoned by them and was largely in ruins by the 7th century. It was revitalized by Rupert of Salzburg, a catholic bishop
We went off on ...
... another ferry to cross the river, the path then took us through the pine forest. As we were approaching Aschach we saw our ship again, this time waiting in the lock. We stopped for coffee in Aschach which is a pretty river front town with brightly coloured and decorated historic houses, shops and cafes. There was then a detour on the bike route and we travelled in land passed orchards and fields planted with cabbage and ...
... all had a chilli Leberkas. We walked past the Parliament building, we bought mini Linzer Torte from a bakery, looked at the Mariendom, walked along the Landstrasse and onto the Post City to the Ars Electronica Festival for Art, Technology and Community. Post City used to be the centre for the postal processing but a new building has been built elsewhere. Back into the old city for ice cream then to Ursulinen Kirche and then to ...