Hotel Waidringer Hof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... locking it to the bridge over the River Salzach. They've been doing it for only a few years but it looks great - apparently having stolen the idea from Paris. Keys have been despatched into the river apart from one. So if any of us comes back we can collect it. The kids made their wishes. And now we are on the bus on the way back. Tired and hungry- food is very expensive in Salzburg- with sore feet. And yes the Austrian public transport system is as good as the ...
... Ring Road, which one can only describe as chaotic.
Eventually we found the spot located in a wood and parked the car. There was a bit of a line to get in, but we jumped on the next tour, which took us through the studios and buildings onsite. We saw a live taping of a home shopping channel, had a look at how a daily soap opera is made, got to try out weather presenting and had a look at the set from Big Game staring Samuel L. Jackson. They decided to film it in ...
... which also is 124 meters. Once you come out of the elevator, you are essentially in the building of the Eagle's Nest, which currently functions as a Hofbräuhaus restaurant. The views from the top of the Eagle's Nest are breathtaking! It was so amazing to be on tops of the Alps, as it provides spectacular views. You can actually see Königssee from the top! After we did some exploring around the top, we decided to grab a quick bite to eat before heading back ...
... in this 'luxury hotel' with other people. The room was enormous, the furnishing was simple but functional e.g. everyone was given a locker in the room, each dorm room had its own ensuite, the ensuites were spotless, the mattress didn't give me back pain, the shower was temperature controlled at the perfect 38 degrees, the breakfast was plentiful and fresh, the dining hall was cosy, it was quiet at night, there were a number of supermarkets around, ...
This weekend went by way too fast! It's hard to believe that we've been on the road for almost two weeks already.
This morning we headed out on the bus to check out the Salt Mine at Salzburgwerk. It was about a 40 minute bus ride there, incredibly scenic drive, made more memorable by a sword fight with Jack that lasted the entire trip.
The salt mine itself was really strange to be in - the only time mines are in my thoughts is when ...