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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Frymburk
... interesting roads. Traffic was a little heavier than we are used to in Kärnten but we made reasonable progress anyway. After about an hour and a half a combination of numb bums and dry throats had us stopping alongside the Hallstättersee.
Onward to our lunch stop at Gmünden another lakeside town but one with an ever so slightly faded look to it. With grand buildings on every corner ...
... Viking before coming to Scenic. Before that she worked as accountant for 10 years for only €200 / month. She said the money on the ship is much better, though Viking paid double to what Scenic does and she felt Viking are the better ships. We said that ocean liners have a bad reputation for paying poorly and having bad conditions for crew. She said this was true but the river cruisers pay much better wages and the conditions are better eg include health cover etc ...
... decided to go kayaking. Jess went and organised a two-person raft for the shorter 1-2 hour trip (the longer one takes 3-4 hours and goes to the next town), while I had a brief lie down - I wasn't feeling 100 percent - and within seconds I'd completely fallen asleep. I only woke up when Jess came back into the room to say that the raft was all ready to go. We were quickly briefed on where to start and where to finish, we jumped in the raft and away we went. The river is divided up ...
... there are skins all over the Castle in very good nick! There is also a very big bright gold Carriage in one of the room (gilded with one kg of gold leaf). It was used only once, in 1600s to go from Rome to the Vatican, a distance of only 3kms! It was built so that the owner could present the credentials for the new emperor to the Pope. The inside of the carriage was filled with presents for the Pope, plus 12 little boys accompanied the carriage ...
... cobblestone streets and soak in the atmosphere of the village. We found a lovely jewellery shop not far from the cathedral, but none of us bought anything. Then it was back into the square where Jill purchased a lovely garnet bracelet. We met up with David and Ian again, then had a coffee at a local café. The lady spoke adequate English so we got what we ordered.
I was telling Ian about this ...