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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Haus Strutzenberger Bad Ischl
Travel Blogs from Bad Ischl
... for a walking tour. This is the famous composer Mozart's birthplace so lots of touristy Mozart" nick nacks". The weather was warm / hot with temp 30-31 degrees. Would have been ok if my feet/ ankles weren't throbbing & swelling. Have to find the voltaren before another walking tour tomorrow in Graz. Enough of ailments. Our tour took us through the old town where we met our tour director after lunch who walked (not again) back hotel to check in. ...
Next is Salzburg and we are here for 2 nights to do the Tourist trail. We purchase our 48 hour Salzburg Card 32 euros each and set off to see as many sights as we can fit in. Cable cars to mountain peaks, Salzburg river cruise, Gardens, Hohensalzburg Fortress, Hellbrunn Palace and trick fountains.
Hellbrunn Palace is fabulous, a crazy Archbishop designed long stone table with individual stone stools on the side. When his guests sat down it would turn in to ...
... I'd visited. I was no longer a stranger to the Austrian woods and waters, we had been acquainted. It was probably a better experience for me than it was for the Austrian nature, because she had heard me sing and saw me dance to awful awful music e.g. Justine Bieber. Shhhhh...what happened in the Austrian woods stayed in the woods.
I woke up this morning feeling rested but very lazy. I had to visit one more lake according ...
... pay our respects to those who lost their lives at the hands of the Nazi regime. A cold, dark, dirty and terrible place made us all realise just how lucky we are that we didn't have to try and survive in these disease ridden conditions. The bullet holes in the cement walls and scratch marks in the gas chambers will be something I'll never forget. From there we continued forward to Prague, (the hidden city.) Until then, ...
... residence of Emperor Franz Joseph back in the day (and the place where he signed the declaration of war on Serbia in 1914, the first act of World War I).
Bad Ischl is a gorgeous destination and there were plenty of locals proudly parading in their traditional dress. Although you might not believe us, it was Bad Ischl where we came to understand that Lederhosen could be stylish. Internet images don’t do justice to some of the ...