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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... alpine road to the base of the "Eagles Nest". The road access and the building itself was competed in 1938 after two short years of construction. Thousands of workers were involved in its construction and to have accomplished what they did was impressive. The area was designated "Führer restricted area" and was a place where the Nazi's planned war crimes, peacetime plans, and genocide. Given the history of the place, it was confronting knowing ...
... and we were in the water needing to cool off. Did I mention alpine waters? It was freezing! Could not spend much more than a few minutes in the water. Pete had a go at jumping off the high point of a dive tower, and after 30 minutes of sunning and swimming it was time to move out of the sun before Pete crisped up. The next destination wasn't a place, it was a road. I read about a stretch of road that laid claim to offering up the best views in Europe. Big call, so it was a must on ...
... weren’t allowed to take photos.
In stark contrast to the fineries and liveries of the first rooms, the grand staircase on the other side of the building was completely unfinished with bare brick walls giving an indication of how the place was built. You could even see the wooden ceiling and the last part of the tour was through some modern art gallery, which tried to make the most of the unfinished rooms, ...
... 50th birthday. It was built upon the summit of Kehlstein, (hence the name Kehlsteinhaus), a rocky portion of the Alps that overlooks Salzburg in Austria, and the Berchtesgaden. To get to the Eagle's Nest, you must take a special bus, as the roads are very curvy and dangerous, and the drivers are specially trained to drive on the roads that lead to the top. Once the bus drops you off, you must walk through a 124-meter tunnel, and then take a brass elevator to ...
The train ride from Vienna was breathtaking as we traveled through a gorgeous valley surrounded by striking mountains. Zell Am See is a beautiful town on a lake in the valley. We were so happy to see such gorgeous mountains and get out of the city even for just a day. We spent our entire time in awe of Mother ...