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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... here way back when. I love the story of the centuries ago Archbishop who had the palace built and lived there with his mistress and 15 children! In Search of a Fortress: I decided to attend a Mozart Concert and a dinner in the fortress for Friday evening. I gave myself lots of time to get to the Old Town, so that I could wander and explore my way to either walk up or take the Funicular (cable car). I did both actually - walked most of the way up in the afternoon, stopping ...
... the end of that boat ride. It was so. And it was lovely. Reminded me of when I was in Bangkok a number of years ago, and was also staying at a much more lowly hotel accommodation, and found it a must to eat at the Oriental Hotel now and then! Not that mine now is quite in the same category, yet it is not Hotel Sacher. I had to take pictures - it was magnificent. Fancy suited me, I thought! Hahaha! More later... off to see how alive those hills really ...
... to end up. My perfect place for lunch. I know I am one, but it is those little finds which are a gift. The large fortress - Salzburg Castle or Festung Hohensalzburg was looming above me wherever I walked and I walked around and up and down for quite awhile trying to find my way up to it, to no avail. I think I'll find out the official way today when I go to book a small tour. In the process of wandering, I found myself on charming streets (taking lots of ...
We left the hustle and bustle of Munich today to travel to Salzburg. Finding something for breakfast was once again problematic as Macca's wasn't open when we got there at about 8:00. We finally settled for a croissant (Bob) and a pretzel (me) and a cuppa at the station. With a 10:18 train to catch we had plenty of time, so we retired to our room to wait in air conditioned comfort. Our first class train trip was ...
... through lush green valleys in front of the hills. We returned our rental car at the German border and took a taxi about 8 miles across the border to our hotel in Salzburg. When the taxi showed up to pick us up, Sandy had gone into some stores, so I was going in and out of stores looking for her while the meter was running in the taxi. I am glad we rented the car for the last four days driving around Germany. It gave us a lot of freedom but it can ...