Institut St Sebastian
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInstitut St Sebastian Salzburg
This place is very clean, quiet and a good deal if you are looking for a central location for a very reasonable price. We had our own room with a bathroom. There is a kitchen (2 burners - no oven - sink , fridge and microwave) on each floor and dishes, pots etc can be requested from the staff. The front desk staff are very friendly and helpful.
I wouldn't recommend it for people who are travelling alone or are looking to meet other travelers. It's pretty big and a bit institutional. It is a university residence during the school year. It's also beside a church with a large bell that chimes every 15 minutes starting at 7 AM - so not for those who love to sleep in either.
The included breakfast is pretty basic - buns, tea or coffee, juice, jam and packaged turkey spread.
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... so no pics will do it justice (I took video though). So instead of a snow pic, I have attached a special photo I took today at the zoo.
Then after that excitement I got the funicular up to the fortress and my battery died after 3 photos so they are not very good but it was worth it to get a video of the Pumas.
Now am hoping for some sun tomorrow which is my last day in Salzburg. I wanna see those magnificent mountains.
... in the church tower and then bunch of fellas in lederhosen and traditional hats appeared in one of the wooden huts and started blowing long alpine horns... visually striking, they also sounded wonderful, and I settled in on a bench with a Gluwhein to enjoy the show. Long a fan of men in 'skirts', I've decided men in lederhosen can be very fetching too ;) I fell into conversation with a local as I walked back to the bus stop, and he asked if ...
... Ok, that's not true.
Although no snow, I'm almost as excited about the prospect of seeing some sun tomorrow, as I have not seen one bit of sun since I left Sydney. The last tiny patch of blue sky I saw poking through clouds was in London, but haven't seen the orb since I left home. I'm doing the touristy places tomorrow so hopefully I will have some amazing views ahead of me.
... inside the apartment (which was someones private holiday rental within a block of units...and awesome that we had SPACE to move!), Greg and Hayley went out in search of food while Mum and I sat with the phone translator to try and work out how to use the washing machine.
Greg and Hayley had made it back with pizza. No the Austrians can't make good pizza, but it filled to hole in our stomachs. He had a heck of a time trying to order with the one person that we met ...
... tree was also blocking our view so it made it tough to see the beautiful structure. And there was that sign at the front of the driveway that told us in no uncertain terms that this was private property and no entrance was permitted.
So with that, Cheryl and I got back in the car and drove in the opposite direction 2 km to Schloss Hellbrun, the location where the “Gazebo” from I am Sixteen Going on Seventeen scene had been moved to approximately 20 years ...