Gasthof Hotel Herrschaftstaverne
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... of water evaporated, was encapsulated by clay then lava, and later raised by tectonics into the mountain. The mine is still active, producing tons on salt every year by bore hole drilling technology and dissolution/evaporation methods. There were light shows, movies, pumping stations, slides to go down (!!), Europe's oldest staircase with a 3-D projection of what life was like when it was used, and then a train ride that took us out of the mine at the end. The whole thing took a couple ...
... the neighbours weren't affected. As we watched with dismay, the awning was ripped off the van and cartwheeled over the roof. Sadly a beam landed on Brutus. It hit the windshield and cracked it. We managed to roll in the awning and gather the straps. In the cold light of day, we had to conclude it was just bad luck – we were in the wrong place at the wrong time! To add to our despondent mood, the rain had set in ...
... touring the Hohensalzburg Fortress, we met a couple from Kansas City who were glad to take our photo from high atop the fortress, and we took their picture as well. They told us they were traveling to Hallstatt that evening and would spend two days there. To our surprise we ran into the same couple again in the little city of Hallstatt. This time we stopped another kind stranger and asked him to make our photo together, so ...
Yesterday Mr GPS got himself rather confused. St Johan is neither St, nor Saint, but a Sankt. Suitably edumacated we asked Herr GPS to direct us to St Gilgen, and lo-and-behold he obliged. In anticipation of a long drive (for us on this holiday) circa 70 miles we made an extra effort to mobilise by 9am. And thus motivated we got on our way by 10am. Typical IT project management. Al least we were over budget too. Our €16 ...
... We're up and sorted remarkably early, at 10:30, as most of the chores were done last night. Having been disconnected from the electricity and paid our dues to the little hotel elf (€23 per day) we're free to depart. St Johann is just up, or probably down, the valley so it's a short and easy run. Arriving in the campsite we were "welcomed" by a rather large lady who twice ignored my request ...