Haus Matilda Lindner

Panoramaweg 5, Salzburg, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Panoramaweg 5, Salzburg, is near Hohenwerfen Castle, Silent Night Chapel (Stille Nacht Kapelle), Reitschule Mosl, and Tauernradweg.
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    Crossing a country

    A travel blog entry by caryn.solomon on Aug 10, 2014


    ... more. More art, more food, more music. Yesterday in Salzburg when I was wandering the depths of the old city I found a gypsy man playing violin. I heard the sound many streets away and followed the music to him. I sat in the rain listening to him play for nearly 20 minutes and was moved to tears from his sad songs. We were the only two people nearby. I dropped my spare change and thanked him for his music. For the first time since my arrival in Austria, my ...


    A travel blog entry by rusty21 on Aug 06, 2014

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    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 ...


    A travel blog entry by rusty21 on Aug 05, 2014

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    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 ...

    Living the High Life

    A travel blog entry by jjstaar on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... towns it can be confusing to drive in the older parts even where cars are allowed.

    Italy is a bigger challenge. My best advice about driving in Italy is to forget the car and get a motorcycle.
    Your GPS is not something you can rely upon, make sure you have some paper maps. Having a manual transmission will save on fuel but on mountain roads an automatic would come in very handy.

    We arrived at Gersberg Alm around 4 pm which gave us time to settle in and go for ...

    Days 7&8: Salzburg

    A travel blog entry by dilushani on Feb 19, 2014

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    ... in the distance downhill traversing, or cruising down the slopes. I'd like to do this train ride in the summer one day. I arrived in Salzburg in the evening and I lugged my backpack several streets to get to my hostel. My backpack gained weight it feels; it was definitely a challenge carrying it and my other bag all the way there. I said hi to my room mates, none of whom had backpacks, and did very little for the rest of the night.

    I set out ...