Gasthof Hotel Herrschaftstaverne
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... 1890, the road you are walking on was built, making the village greatly more accessible although part of the local bank needed to be blasted away to make the road's path."
Protestant Church: As the teachings of Martin Luther became popular, especially among miners, in the 16th century a need grew for a Evangelical Church. This time was also in the dead heat of the Reformation during a lot of conflict between Protestants and Catholics. In 1601, ...
... Right now as I'm writing this, I'm listening to a band down the street practicing some very authentic-sounding Austrian music. Add some yodeling to that and I think my Austrian experience would be complete!
Overall, I've very much enjoyed Austria even though it hasn't been as adventurous as the other places we've been. I've found it refreshing to be staying in such a small town because it is very peaceful and ...
Shhh we are in Austria. The loudest noise is the cuckoo birds (that don't go on the hour by the way). Austrians are so well behaved and well mannered. The drivers are considerate, stop for pedestrians, never speed, pull over if there is not enough room. Unlike the Italian where it is a competition for who has the biggest vehicle or balls! Every square cm is so organized, even men, the men wearing their leather pants and funny little hats are immaculate.
... an hour- we checked just before we left, saying we hope that the sun will burn away the clouds as it did yesterday. He did not tell us that we could have caught the bus up the hill. So we walked for an hour of which half of it was climbing up a steep hill on a winding road. ( that's all I am going to say). We walked along the fast flowing river, then along a very fast flowing creek going down hill and the trees became very tall and at points we could see over them. ...
... lots of steps if you wanted to get to some hotels. The town is situated on a narrow ledge, wedged between the mountain and the lake. We walked to the tiny square with the trinity plinth ( meaning the town survived the plague) found the water fall that tumbles through the town, looked at a few touristy shops( when the rain got heavier) trying on tourist Austrian hats. I like the red one with the feather. We also looked at two churches. One was very plain compared ...