Alm- & Wellnesshotel Alpenhof
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- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Well, it all began with an over night stay at the Holiday Inn hotel in Worth near Gatwick airport on Thursday 6th April 2015. The pictures and video's detail exactly what happened whilst skiing, dancing, singing and relaxing in Flachau !!! I hope you enjoy this travel journal as much as we all did actually taking part in it!!!! Andy ...
... hear a couple of Aussie accents from girls who looked about 17 and I thought oh god here we go! Contiki is known for having young groups but I was not excited about possibly spending a week with a group of 18 year olds. We got a taxi together to the contiki accommodation where we met the tour manager and some of the group who had signed up for the 2 week option. We were able to check in before the coach from London arrived so got first pick ...
... which was art (of which I'm not a huge fan) and then took me to the top floors of Salzburg Dom which was beautiful. On my way back I walked through the Mirabell gardens which were pretty except everything was dead, but there was a pretty greenhouse.
If you are going to Salzburg I recommend buying the Salzburg pass, it's pretty cheap and you get to go everywhere for free after you have the card. It was a great deal to tour the city on a budget!
So with the Sound of Music tour behind us, Cheryl and I planned to take in a little history of the region by visiting the the Kehlsteinhaus or Eagle's Nest (NOT to be confused with the Hawks Nest which is the bar we go to in Seattle before Seahawks games). Eagle's Nest sits atop Kehistein Mountain 2,522 m (8,274 ft) high mountain in the Berchtesgaden Alps. Eagle's Nest part of the Obersalzberg complex built high above Berchtesgaden, Germany that was used as the southern ...
... ride made up for the fiasco and provided a different look on Salzburg and the surrounding countryside. I grabbed a bite to eat before the tour and ended up buying a whole container of Nutella... I don't know why I bought it (duh because it's liquid chocolate gold) especially when it weighs a lot. I walked around Berchtesgaden for a little bit and saw the whole town. I can see why the Nazi elite retreated to this mountain side. The tour was quite ...