Goldenes Theater Hotel
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Good value for your money
I stayed at the hotel for 3 nights. The room is big by European and American standard. We paid only 71 Euro a night (which I thought was a steal). it is very clean and the bathroom is roomy (something that is not that common in European hotels). The breakfast was good - plenty of choices (though coffee was on the weak side). The hotel is a very short walk from the old town and there is a supermarket not far from it. I would recommend this hotel.
This is a great value character hotel. The hotel staff are very polite, except for one staff member who was pregnant, but she gets the benefit of the doubt! The bed was a little hard for my liking (rock hard) the shower was very nice (which is important while on holiday). The breakfast buffet was fantastic and the hotel ooozed character. Just gorgeous in the snow!
I would recommend this hotel for its value and proximity to the lovely old town.
More than Cordial
Although we read a couple so so reviews of this hotel, we loved it. We reserved at the last minute during the Mozart Festival -- it was one of the few hotels that had availability. The room was clean, comfortable, and although not spacious, quite roomy. The staff was excellent and spoke English quite well. We were only a 15 minute walk from the City center and parking was not a problem. We heartily recommed this hotel. Good value for the money.
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... who'd moved from Seattle to Budapest several years ago and are livin' the ex-pat dream (cue insane jealousy). We had a lovely dinner and stroll around Vienna's Inner Ring, where all of the glorious architecture is located, then got back on the subway for our sleeper train.
So there it is: Salzburg can be done in an afternoon. Note that I'm exhausted, my feet are swollen, and I can't get "So Long, Farewell" out of my head. But totally worth it.
... boulevard at the heart of historic Berlin & thought to be the grandest street in the city. We passed many major sites but the highlight was the Brandenburg Gate and the beautiful Reichstag. This building, now the German Parliment, mixes the grandeur of old-world architecture with a modern glass dome that sits on top of it. It is quite stunning to see lit-up & glowing at night.
We had no dinner reservations tonight, ...
... other side where Hallstatt would appear. We found parking in a large public lot a little ways outside of the center of town, with a clearly designated walking path leading us right to the edge of the lake. The town itself clings to the mountain with it’s two and three story residences and narrow alleyways. It was a sight to be seen for sure.
Upon returning again from the car park Stephanie could be found at ...
... the bus to go into the largely-pedestrian heart of Salzburg's old town. We quickly reserved seats for a couple of Mozart chamber-music concerts...the town pretty much revolves around the child-prodigy who was born and lived here (lived here, that is, when he wasn't touring Europe, which consumed a third of his short life). After wandering through the maze of alleys that define the old town, we took a boat cruise on the Salzach River, and ...
... of pictures. Unfortunately, the sun was directly overhead of the villa so it did not make for the most ideal pictures when you had to frame both the person and the villa. Nevertheless, we managed to capture some great shots and finally headed back to the car.
Our next stop was Mondsee in the lake district (Salzkammergut region). Mondsee means Moon Lake and is home to St. Michaels Church, the church used in the film for the wedding between Maria and the Captain. The ...