Gasthof Schnitzleck

Flachau, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, Austria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located in Flachau.
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Travel Blogs from Flachau

The night before the morning after...

A travel blog entry by hochalmspitze on Sep 30, 2014

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... amp; Herzegovina. Not an enormously innovative route by the standards of many, but still something new for us and a chance to share our experiences with others.

Along the way we will take a few photos and see what we can see to tell you all about. Hope you enjoy the trip with us!

To set the scene, we have included a few photos from last year's trip.
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Zell am See - 31 years later

A travel blog entry by linarogers on Sep 23, 2014

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... VERY cold and it got down to 7 degrees there. So I wore my new warm coat – tag still on it as I hadn’t taken it off yet. We had a nice light lunch in a pretty café. On to Salzburg. Our hotel, The Gasthof Junior is on a very main road – it seems like it will be very noisy but the room is clean and fine. We rested and then went for a walk in the local area. It has good parts and bad. As the Internet is not excellent in ...

The Eagles Nest ... NOT the "Hawk's Nest"

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 20, 2014

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... reason Eagles Nest was preserved was that it was under Allied control until 1952 and a German official decided that it could be used to generate tourism for the area. As a result, all of Eagle's Nest is as it was when the Allies took over. The elevator was something else covered completely from floor to ceiling in brass. There was even an old clock and telephone dating to the early 1940s.

The doors opened at Eagles Nest to reveal the three original rooms, including ...

Ice, Ice Baby

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 17, 2014

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... plateau down into the cave through small cracks. In the higher part of the cave, the dripping water hits the limestone rock and creates stalactites. However, the further you go into the caves, the colder the air so when the water penetrates deeper into the caves, it freezes and forms magnificent ice shapes. During the summer warm arm flows into the caves and cause melting, but during the winter, the ice caves grow because of the freezing air flowing into the caves.

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WoMan of Salt

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 16, 2014

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... am talking about hundreds of Chinese. Quite frankly in all my travels I have never seen anything like it. There were Chinese citizens everyone. I finally found the answer on Google. Apparently someone in the Chinese government liked Hallstatt so much that the government build a replica of Hallstatt down to every last detail and it opened in 2012. The citizenry are now so enamored with the town that they come to visit the real thing in droves. It was ...