Hotel Gollinger Hof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Gollinger Hof Saalbach
Travel Blogs from Saalbach
... walking in the same footsteps of Hitler and his henchmen. From the bus parking area, we walked through a 124m long tunnel to meet an copper plated elevator that was used to transport the Führer another 124m vertically to his mountain top residence in comfort. The tunnel we walked was impressive. Every large rectangle stone perfectly cut and placed. Nothing out of alignment. Dimly lit. It reminded us of the Wolfenstein game we played as kids. On ...
... and we were in the water needing to cool off. Did I mention alpine waters? It was freezing! Could not spend much more than a few minutes in the water. Pete had a go at jumping off the high point of a dive tower, and after 30 minutes of sunning and swimming it was time to move out of the sun before Pete crisped up. The next destination wasn't a place, it was a road. I read about a stretch of road that laid claim to offering up the best views in Europe. Big call, so it was a must on ...
... dollar writing desk, a large ornate cabinet with tortoise shell build for some unknown reason, delicate, but thickly stitched carpets and curtains, large chandeliers from glass or porcelain, a dining table that lowers through the floor on a pulley and winch system, a private swimming pool with bridge and even a modern heating system. It was clear that money was of no expense and I can only recommend that one goes and visits the palace to get an idea for oneself. ...
This past Tuesday Andy's mom, Barb, and sister, Carly, came to visit us in Ulm! We were very excited to have them here, as we had some day trips planned for things we had not yet explored in Germany.
Wednesday was Carly's 22nd birthday, so we wanted to let her choose what she wanted to see during her time in Germany. She mentioned wanting to see a concentration camp, so I researched into it, and there was one right outside of Munich, called Dachau. ...
The train ride from Vienna was breathtaking as we traveled through a gorgeous valley surrounded by striking mountains. Zell Am See is a beautiful town on a lake in the valley. We were so happy to see such gorgeous mountains and get out of the city even for just a day. We spent our entire time in awe of Mother ...