Hotel Glocklhofer

Address: Ludwigsberg 4, Burghausen (Salzach), Bavaria, 84489, Germany | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Ludwigsberg 4, Burghausen (Salzach).
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        Travel Blogs from Burghausen (Salzach)

        Doe...a deer...a female deer...

        A travel blog entry by suemacd on Nov 11, 2015

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        Yes... we finally made it to the highlight of the trip for Eamon...... The Sound of Music tour :)We spent this afternoon touring round Salzburg in a mini-bus with 6 Americans and David our tour leader, visiting key buildings and film spots from the film, whilst in between times singing along with the sound track.....E loved it as you can imagine :) Seriously though... I think I heard a "bright copper kettles and warm ...

        The hills are alive …. but I barely am

        A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Sep 20, 2015

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        Having a 2.00pm booking for our next tour back in Salzburg we needed to have a quick lunch, so it was off to McDonalds. It has only been a week since we had McDonalds and it isn’t usually a regular meal for us but after the night I had I really didn’t care too much, I just wanted something easy. The kids didn’t complain. The other good thing about McDonalds is that it has free wifi and since we conveniently still hadn’t had a response from our ...

        The Sound of Salzbug

        A travel blog entry by chfarnsworth on Jul 29, 2011

        ... actually a site of the Sound of Music filming, though I didn't know this until later.

        These gardens were originally begun in 1689, but have been remodeled several times throughout history. It's full of beautiful statues of various gods and goddesses. The main fountain is particularly famous for its two rape statues, which I found rather disturbing. The rapes of Prosperina and Helena are set around the fountain. They don't actually show the women being raped; they both depict ...

        Accidental Renaissance Fair

        A travel blog entry by audreytravels on Jul 10, 2011

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        Peety and I were planning on walking around Burghausen, Germany (about 20 minutes away from the apartment) and exploring the town for the day and walking up to the castle. In my very first post once I got here, I mentioned that we passed the castle on the way to his apartment. It's the longest castle in Europe - over a kilometer long. We have passed it while driving a number of times (it's on the main road going north), but we've never stopped at ...

        Marktl to Oberberg - Day 13

        A travel blog entry by sydandval on May 24, 2011

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        ... small villages - all of which are situated with the elegant churches on short steep hills to protect them from inundation when the river floods. Eventually the path met up with the river and it was gravel all the way until we crossed it into Branau and Austria around 10.30am. Syd (as the hunter-gatherer of our little tribe) hunted down the all-important coffee - Tchibo this time, and then we gathered some foodstuff in the ...