Hotel Glocklhofer

Ludwigsberg 4, Burghausen (Salzach), Bavaria, 84489, Germany | 5 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Burghausen (Salzach)

The Hills Are Alive

A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker

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... were beautiful. It’s where Maria and the children out of The Sound of Music sing Do-Re-Mi. We were in a rush though because we had to get back to the staion to catch our train to Zurich, Switzerland in 25minutes. That was a mad rush. About 4 and half hours later, we arrived into Zurich. It’s not what we expected at all. We’re going to leave here early tomorrow because hopefully Chur will be nicer.

Much love

Dencie & Ruby

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Salzburg

A travel blog entry by alexsandral

1
23

... Hohensalzburg. I believe that most of these castles were built by people who made their money from the salt mines. I first went into the Cathedral which is large and quite impressive - was most impressed with the unusual carved wooden ends to all the pews. Then I went up in the funicular to the massive castle that stands guard over Salzburg and had a good look around, the funicular us now much more modern than it was when I was last there ...

Mozart Haus

A travel blog entry by nanslyn

9

... musician, had a reputation for being rather difficult and demanding, while his mother was loved and well regarded for her peacemaking abilities. She had seven babies between 1749 and 1757, Mozart being the youngest. Can you imagine! Mozart and his sister Anna were the only two to survive. Back in Mozart's time, that was fairly common. Mozart and his sister were both ...

The hills are alive. . .

A travel blog entry by nanslyn

8

... The musicians - a pianist and a violinist, were, quite simply, amazing. Both have travelled the world performing with the likes of Rostropovich and Kiri te Kanawa. Peter Lang played the Kiavier, and Luz Leskowitz played the violine. Bach, Mozart, and Chopin were all on the program. Certainly, it was an evening never to forget - the room, the instruments, and the music all originated around the same ...

Accidental Renaissance Fair

A travel blog entry by audreytravels

35

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 ...

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