Zur Klause

Am Sulzbach 10 A, Bad Hall, Upper Austria, 4540, Austria | 4 star hotel

Travel Blogs from Bad Hall

Cesky Krumlov to Passau

A travel blog entry by jeanniek


We left Aschachto to go by coach to Cesky Krumlova medieval town that has not been modernised .It was very interesting to walk around the little town there were local visitors were enjoying the little creek (swimming and rowing) I loved the buildings in this little town also the ...

Into Austria!

A travel blog entry by petersheridan


... to our first ferry crossing point to find out "there was no ferry!" So kept heading east till we found a ferry and crossed over to the north, supposedly the better side although there are cycle paths on both sides of the Danube. A lot more cycle tourists now, a helluva lot our age or older. PM - Stopped for afternoon coffee at Feldkirchen, lovely little town right on the cycle path. Lots of cyclists, touring & road racing along the cycle path which is very safe ...

The insufferable burden of being consistent

A travel blog entry by eddyakko


Turned on the TV and black clouds with lightning bolts were all over the map of Austria. Not a good sign for a day of biking. We emerged from the boat full of optimism as Andreas, our beloved events supervisor, had promised a rain-free cycle – and he was right, not a drop fell as we went on our way.
Talking of falling, your ...


A travel blog entry by saraann


... for your legs, with a handle that you straddle. The first time going down I had a death grip on that handle, even though I went pretty slowly. Every meter or so, you were jarred a bit from the connection of two plates, and then when you came to a curve (there were, like, 17 of them) it was a constant teeth-jarring with slightly higher walls. There were 2 tunnels, too. It was terrifying because you had so much control - I was so ...


A travel blog entry by saraann


... artisan bread, prosciutto, pepperoni, salami, sheep cheese, other fancy cheeses, olives, onions, etc, to make open-faced sandwiches - I'm totally going to start doing things like this in Denver). We then - what else? - watched the football game while I finished Erwin's other remaining National Geographic magazine. It was a great lazy Sunday, which I appreciated. I have no idea why, but I was exhausted. Oh, and Happy Father's Day, ...


This 4 star hotel, located on Am Sulzbach 10 A, Bad Hall, is near Dachstein Giant Ice Caves.
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