Cityhotel Trumer Stube
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsCityhotel Trumer Stube Salzburg
Nice hotel close to old city. Wonderful receptionist. The room was clean but very cozy, had a slope in the room but the view of the cathedral spiral was perfect.
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... The lake was lovely today. The further out you go the clearer the water it was lovely and warm towards the surface and cool but not cold underneath. It was very easy to swim in no current no waves no salt I reckon given enough time I could swim the whole lake but it would take while I don't think you could rush anything here! The park was fun. ...
... is I got it wrong again! We are not packing up tonight we have one more day here, hurrah! The best thing about this site is it is very easy to relax. No urgency, people pottering around, kids riding their bikes about or jumping off the pontoon into the lake. The day drifts on, its hot in the sun, warm in the shade and cool in the lake but not cold. The water is clear and shallow enough to play in but deeper at the end of the pontoon to jump ...
... and was better school in the performance arts, I'd be able to tell you more... :) But I have photographs. So lucky, because later at the museum which was birthplace of Mozart, as expected, photos were not allowed. When I was leaving the museum, I thought I heard marching bands out in MozartPlatz. Sure enough. There was quite the fanfare, a stage was set up, and I watched and listened for quite some time. When I asked the female police officer to help me understand ...