Hotel Edelweiss

Address: Am Grunbuhel 1, Reit im Winkl, Bavarian Alps, Bavaria, 83242, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Am Grunbuhel 1, Reit im Winkl.
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Travel Blogs from Reit im Winkl


A travel blog entry by tague on Jan 16, 2015

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... locals who only spoke a bit of English, but we really had a fun time. The next day was a bit rainy, but we did everything touristy - saw the sights, hit the true Austrian Beer Hall, went to Mozart's house, hit up the only Red Bull Hanger (yes - Red Bull originated in Austria - who knew), went to the Christmas shops, the Museum of Modern Art Panoramic views of the city, and walked all over town - we were whipped, but it was such a fun day!


Follow the Yellow Brick Road...

A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 14, 2014

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... of those "you just can't get there from here" kind of days. There seemed to be some kind of event taking place that had many streets blocked off. Every time we headed down the street the GPS was taking us to, it was closed with no real traffic control. By some small miracle, we finally made it to Olympiapark. Today the rain let up so we could actually get out and walk around a bit. It was ...

Alstadt, Hohensalzburg Fortress, Mirabell Palace

A travel blog entry by kcase on Aug 23, 2014

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... with detailed street signs over every entrance. Mozart's birthplace happened to be in the center of the street - the tall yellow house cannot be missed. After purchasing a few Mozartkugel (made of Marzipan, nougat, and dark chocolate), we pressed on towards Mozartplatz. Here, the streets opened up and offered amazing views of the New Residenz and Glockenspiel, Old Residenz, and the Salzburg Cathedral.

From there, we pressed on to St. Peter's Church. The ...

The hills are alive

A travel blog entry by miura09 on Oct 08, 2013

... because these designs are 400 years old and are water driven. No need for electricity, simple and still entertaining. We came to a theater where music was also water driven and the orchestra was operated the same way. The pumps were pretty simple as well. Very fascinating. There was a stairway like a tiered seats but more areas to stand. Sprinklers were also placed here as well. I moved out of the way but the old lady in front of me wasn't aware of it and was ...


A travel blog entry by emily.louise on Apr 14, 2013

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... filmed there was when all of the nuns were running through the courtyard. Above the abbey was the salt fortress that was the original industry of Salzburg. It got its wealth from the salt, and actually was an independent state for over 1000 years.

Then we headed to the Lake District. I can pretty much say that this was the most beautiful place that I have even seen in my life. Natasha told us all to close our eyes, and she had us open ...