Fruhstuckpension Haus Loidl

Andreas-Hoffer Strasse 2a, Bad Ischl, Upper Austria, 4820, Austria | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Bad Ischl

The Hills Are Alive

A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker

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... visit the church where Maria and the Captain got married. The church was very elaborate and extravagant. Gold everywhere. It's still used by the locals today. The bus went up into the hills behind Salzburg and there are many lakes up there which are a bright green due to limestone. It was so beautiful. Once the tour was finished, across the road was Mirabell Gardens and Mirabell Palace that has the “most beautiful registry office in the world”. ...

Salzburg

A travel blog entry by alexsandral

1
23

Today was a day to explore Salzburg, which is 35km away, and I thought I would go in because I haven't been there since 1985. After breakfast we caught the local bus outside the hotel into Berchtesgaden (about 20 minutes) where we changed buses for Salzburg (about 45 minutes) and during this bus trip we left Germany for Austria. Salzburg means "Salt Castle" and was so named because of the many castles there chiefly the 900 year old medieval ...

Mozart Haus

A travel blog entry by nanslyn

9

Mozart's family lived in a third story apartment in Salzburg. We spent a long time touring the apartment, where his family lived for many years, and where Mozart was born. We also visited Mozart museums on the first and second floors. There is a lot of original information - actual letters, documents, etc., so we did find it all quite interesting. His father Leopold, a ...

The hills are alive. . .

A travel blog entry by nanslyn

8

... The musicians - a pianist and a violinist, were, quite simply, amazing. Both have travelled the world performing with the likes of Rostropovich and Kiri te Kanawa. Peter Lang played the Kiavier, and Luz Leskowitz played the violine. Bach, Mozart, and Chopin were all on the program. Certainly, it was an evening never to forget - the room, the instruments, and the music all originated around the same ...

Sad to leave Bad Ischl

A travel blog entry by lizzierees

5

... s a Krampus I hear you ask? Basically, if you've been a good boy or girl, St Nicholas will bring you presents. If you are naughty, the Krampus will come and take you away to their mountain. And probably eat you. Terrifying! So we encountered approx. 700 Krampus, all different shapes and sizes and they parade down the street and beat you ...

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