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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Jedermann Salzburg
Really nice hotel, located on the outskirts of the city. Lovely staff - very helpful. Great breakfast and Wifi
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We think we have a problem with refugees in Australia. Europe's refugee situation is out of control. Overnight they closed the Chunnel at Calais, France. No one could cross to England. Refugees were seen breaking into trucks and climbing in the back of trucks and there is also a large refugee camp at Calais. Everyday on the news they talk about the …
Awake at 0600 dressed, breakfast & left at 0830 for our morning trip to Salzburg. And sunshine as we leave Innsbruck. As we leave onto motorway there is quite a blockage on the oncoming side ( fortunately ) trucks ++ probably due to a religious holiday tomorrow. Trucks are not permitted on highway on weekends or public holidays. We arrived in Salzburg 10am after a short toilet stop just before. As we were too early to check into our hotel we met a ...
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We finish the last night with a fantastic dinner at Restaurant Barenwirt. These guys are well drilled when it comes to hospitality. They have been open continuously since 1626. Austrian food has been fabulous so we are back on track with our growing investment, our waist line.
We are having a few technology issues which are giving our holiday an interesting twist. Adams' phone is getting darker and darker. When he takes a photo ...
... school buses.). There had to be over 100 kids on our bus. FINALLY we got to our stop and walked back into old town. We then did a bit of last minute shopping and now we are packing to return back to the U.S. tomorrow morning. Which reminds me, I allowed Barry to decide what time we fly home and he chose 7 am. WHAT? I can't believe I agreed to that obnoxiously early time....See what happens when I give him a say? :)
... was a sort of mix of Paris with so much history and beautiful buildings (even a bridge with lover's locks) and Venice with old windy streets. Down the main street, Getriedegasse, there are elaborate shop signs overhead, some of which have been around for many generations or even hundreds of years. There's even a Starbucks and a McDonalds which one of my expat friends jokingly calls "The American Embassy."
After wandering ...