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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... remind me so much of my own family. They have treated me as one of their own and my words will never be able to accurately express my gratitude. When following your feet around the world, just giving in to life's waves, you find yourself in remarkable places. Without their kindness I wouldn't have found the gypsy man playing in Salzburg. Without their guidance around this beautiful country I would not have found that little bit of soothing tonic for my broken ...
I've been waiting for this day since we booked the trip, the tour of eagles nest. We woke to a mostly sunny day with a few clouds, so that was a good start. It was as good as I expected and all really enjoyed the tour. We took the lift up to eagles nest and crammed in like sardines. We were lucky, mostly sun with a few clouds but a bit chilly being so high up. The views were ...
After our big breakfast, thankfully we are doing heaps of walking as these breakfast are huge. We walk to the old quarter and come across some beautiful fruit and veg markets. Fatty Vanda had to try a sachetorte cake( so so), like everything that you think is going to taste yummy is not so. Di and I went ...
Our flight was at night so Ron decided a free triple scotch would be ok and did a treat. We thought we were smart as booked seats with a spare in the middle and hoping no one would sit in and we were lucky so will see how smart we are on the way back! At last got it working again, not sure for how long. We arrived in munich at 5.30 and meet our driver to go to Salzburg, so arriving there about 8ish. Booked into Achat Hirschen hotel, was a good pick. As early we walked to the ...
After waking and sorting breaky, we headed into Salzburg. This is the third largest city in Austria and like so many cities, shares the Danube, which splits the city into two. We found somewhere to park and walked through the winding roads and paths until we found the town square, which housed markets and food stalls. We made our way through the main tourist area, being the village from the 16th century, home of Mozart and of ...