Austria Trend Hotel Salzburg West
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAustria Trend Hotel Salzburg West Wals
Have to lug your luggage down a flight of stairs to the lift. Go easy on the breakfast.
Nice running route around the hotel.
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Austria's fourth-largest city — with 150,000 residents — is divided into old and new. The Old Town, between the Salzach River and Salzburg's mini-mountain (Mönchsberg), holds nearly all the charm and most of the tourists. The New Town, across the river, has the train station, a few sights and museums, and some good accommodations. …
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Today we headed back to the Berchtesgaden area and went to see the Obersalzberg documentation museum. We had passed this yesterday but it was shut so we knew roughly what to expect. The museum documents the rise of Hitler, his beliefs and the Nazi regime. What we hadn't appreciated was that Obersalzberg itself used to be a small mountain village before Hitler arrived, and decided to make it his ...
The weather was mixed today so we decided to go to the town of Berchtesgaden and take a drive up the Rossfeldstrasse, the highest panoramic drive in Germany. It was then time for coffee and a cake in the town before having a quick stomp about. We needed to be back in reasonable time, as we were heading to Salzburg, to the cinema, having found a Cineplex that was showing Spectre in English !! Yeah ...