Cityhotel Trumer Stube
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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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... Guggenheim gallery located in her old residence. This selection of modern art was a perfect mixture of the greats including Picasso, Bacon and Pollock mixed between a few smaller and interesting pieces. It was an intimate space and allows you to move from room to room soaking up the amazing work on the bedroom and lounge room walls. The garden has also been turned into a sculpture exhibition and includes a memorial to the late Penny. 2. ...
... their face, they really appreciated it and I instantly felt so happy. It was only at the end of my trip when I was walking back to the bus station early in the morning that I realised they were homeless as I saw them sleep underneath the train track bridge. I felt a bit sad for them but can only hope my pennies helped them in one way or another.
... soup with noodles
-pumpkin soup (this was abit too salty for us)
-Austrian cheese platter
-schnitzel with roast potatoes
-steak with pasta
The meals were just right for us, not too heavy :)
Heading home, we stopped to watch a puppeteer. He was making a toy skeleton dance and sing to some well known pop songs (e.g. Abba-money, money, money). The skeleton was about knee-high and actually looked very cute! A bunch of kids started crowding around ...
... the church was spectacular - every walkway was framed with beautiful and fragrant flowers and intricate signs. The church catacombs offered a fun break from the beauty as we climbed through narrow passageways and old staircases.
Perched atop Monchsberg Mountain, the Hohensalzburg Fortress loomed over the entire city. A quick funicular ride to the top of the mountain allowed for easy access inside the fortress walls. We explored the Marionette Museum, explored the old ...
... of the church used to live but has now been converted into a museum to display their collection of artworks and religious artefacts. They must have had a lot of money because these rooms were incredible. It actually made me feel a bit sick. I'm beginning to learn more and more about the history of the Catholic Church and the power they had throughout Europe in the past. I had no idea the scope of their wealth and power. In the afternoon we caught the bus out of town ...