Zur Klause

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

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

Vocklabruck and the Austrian team

A travel blog entry by bolliss on Jul 28, 2015

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... has some very interesting artwork on their wall.

The Austrian field has no lights so we quickly left for the field - each team had BP and fielding time prior to the game. The Austrian team is not at full force - Europe currently has some tournament qualifying in process and every team send a couple of their best players. As you will see in the photos, the Warhawks won again but more importantly had a great time after the game.

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Salzburg, Sound of Music

A travel blog entry by dgregory on Jun 19, 2015

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... and that I wanted an Austrian scene. She had some that were little ceramic ones hand painted by a local. Purchased one for €68. We were in the town square at 3pm and bells seemed to chime from all around for a good 5 mins - amazing! We also saw the houses where Mozart was born and raised in as well as the church he was baptised in. This was probably the first church that we entered that felt like a church - it was much quieter and there were people in ...

Sore butts and lots of cabbage patches

A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on Jun 03, 2015

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Day 2 on our bikes. The ducks wake us up bright and early. We begin our ride stopping very quickly at an adorable Gasthof for a warm cup of kaffee while waiting for the ferry which didn't arrive! The sweet Austrian lady did try to tell us something... It must have been that the ferry is no longer running! So we continue on the left bank, hoping the terrain remains flat. Riding along past fisherman, tiny little villages and strawberry farms, even an old hippie, ...

Danube Cycling 101

A travel blog entry by kavking1 on May 11, 2015

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... was utterly breathtaking, it is reputed to have the largest church organ in the nonUSA world. Curiously the length of the church has a slight curve. Sort of disconcerting.
So Mark and I found an ATM and headed back to the ship. Very nice, large common areas including a great roof deck, and an especially jocular (but secretly moody) entertainment manager. He has a hard job I guess trying to cater to the needs and whims of the passengers who ...

A reminder of man's inhumanity to man.

A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Dec 17, 2014

... squeezed upon gravestones is still intact for us to marvel at, as Jewish headstones were regularly looted and used as paving stones and to make driveways into numerous concentration camps. I'm looking forward to a much cheerier day exploring Prague tomorrow. I've got a ******, snotty, stuffy cold now but hopefully with a good nights sleep after I've just had the evening to myself while the others went clubbing, I'll hopefully get better ...