Hotel St. Hubertushof

Address: Seeuferstrasse 7, Zell am See, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, 5700, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Seeuferstrasse 7, Zell am See, is near Heinrich Harrer Museum, Babydorf Trebesing, and Bad Eisenkappel.
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    Berchtesgaden Salt Mines, Salzbergwerk

    A travel blog entry by ericksonda on Sep 08, 2015

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    ... salt got pushed down when the alps formed. We crossed a mining pit full of brine on a barge. The whole tour was great. To see what it was like this is the website with a video of some of the tour. o-service/ausflugsziele/salz-und-erlebn iswelten/salzbergwerk-berchtesgaden We then drove to Lake Konigsee, not far away from our B and B. Due to its picturesque setting, ...

    A day in Salzburg

    A travel blog entry by ericksonda on Sep 07, 2015

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    ... out the Salzburg Cathedral where Mozart was in charge of the music and organs. There are several organs besides the main one for the "surround sound" effect. We took the funicular (train) up to the fortress, Festung Hohensalzburg. It was first built in 1077 and added on throughout the centuries. Very similar to many of the castles we have seen in Germany and Austria. After the ...

    On the way to Ramsau

    A travel blog entry by ericksonda on Sep 06, 2015

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    ... k out and was clear sailing after that. We headed to Prien to see the last of king Ludwigs palaces. He built this on an island. We took a ferry to the island and spent a few hours doing the tour. Someone stole my umbrella from the storage area! The palace was only partially finished and what was completed was extremely ornate. The grand ballroom was a replica of the one in Versailles and was full of mirrors and chandeliers. Website ...

    The Hills are alive !!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by parkes on Aug 18, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... lifts to the top and walking along the ridges right in the middle of the lovely Austrian alps.
    What we didn't know, was how much we would enjoy the resort. It was right on the edge of a delightful village. Ski village in the winter and hiking, biking and walking in the summer using the lifts and cable cars. The resort was family owned and offered half board which we accepted.....that includes, full buffet ...

    Jump start to Joy

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... of the clouds, we walked over to the city centre and had a look around. Being a bath town (hence the word Bad in Bad Reichenhall), the place has quite a few posh buildings including a saline like in Bad Dürkheim so that you can breathe in the salty air. Of course that wouldn't work in Australia because most people live near the coast already!

    We decided to do a tour of the old salt mines. The town still produces salt ...