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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hohenstauffen Hotel Salzburg
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... brick, of the 70 rooms in the castle only 20 were finished, he ran out of money and eventually died in mysterious circumstances. On the way out on the ground floor we pass through the room under the dining table where you can see the winding mechanism, and Ludwig's bath which holds 60 thousand litres of water!! Another boat ride and we are back on the boat to the coach and off to a mountain inn for ...
... You could tell how many tricks there were to play by the number of taps. The gardens were formally laid out and the clarity of the water in the streams and ponds was incredible. The main hall inside was very impressive with frescoes all around. I think it paid to be an archbishop in those days. One last little quirky thing. Every day as we walk back we pass this cafe called Wild Sheep. Thought you would like the concept and ...
... book and feeling quite exhausted. I also unfortunately started to run a fever, burning up quite warm so I pretty much stayed in bed the rest of the night, sleeping here and there, my fever seeming to mostly pass around 10pm or so but I still felt quite exhausted.
The next day I was feeling a bit better but still quite tired and feeling slightly sick. I only had a short two ...
... best sepioline a la siciliana (calamari in tomato sauce, capers and olives) and Brian had a cheese and broccoli gnocchi which was good but not as good as my calamari. It was a good end to a very long day. It was great to walk just next door to our hotel room.
The next day, we decided to rent the hotel bikes. They were not the best but they worked well enough. We biked along the banks of the Salzach river. The bike East of Salzburg was the most like ...
... caves. It was very cold inside. It was 0 degrees so you had to rug up. The ice formations inside were amazing. Unfortunately we were not allowed to take any photos. I'll try to find some good ones from google to put up for you to see. Once we were inside the cave it was another 700 steps to get the the top. By then we were at an altitude of about 1800m. Salzburg is at 500m above sea level so was a decent climb in a short distance. ...