LANDHAUS ELLMAU

Ellmauweg 35, Saalbach, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, 5754, Austria | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Saalbach

I'll take the high road - the Grossglocknerstrasse

A travel blog entry by lynnib

9

... views over many mountains. David was immediately attracted to a group of classic, open-top sports cars and began talking to one German owner. Being left-hand drive, they were all made for export models including Austin-Healey, Triumph, and an E-type, but well cherished and in working order nonetheless. Moving on, our next major stop was at Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Hohe (2,369m) and in effect the end of the road since this leads you to the Pasterze Glacier and the ...

Bushwalking in Austria

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen

2
9

... sport by occupying ourselves for a few minutes playing on the children's play equipment (they had a pretty cool slide, and an interactive water feature similar to the Mouse Trap board game), then once we'd had enough of death defying activities we took the gondola back to town. Tired from hours of walking, but happy that we'd gotten to see so much of the alpine area surrounding Kitzbuhel. For dinner we found a little restaurant that was reasonably priced and ...

Getting Slimmer at Krimmler

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen

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12

... rain, but at the falls we'd just had lots of grey clouds and a few drops here and there. The ride back to Kitzbuhel was another matter. About 20 minutes in, the rain started. As Jess was wearing my waterproof pants I was just wearing Draggin' Jeans with thermals underneath, and so my bottom half quickly got saturated. The cold alpine water found a way around my hips to my ******, and that was about the point where I started to feel quite cold. Jess' hiking shoes weren't as waterproof ...

From Bonjourno to Gutentag

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen

5
15

... for a little bit. At the top of the detour was the tollway, which was thankfully manned, so 10 Euros in cash later we were underway - all before we could even see the camper vans that were behind us. Just after the tollway the road descends into an enormously long tunnel, and when we popped out the other side we were on the other side of the alps. We pulled into Kitzbuhel about 4.30pm, and while we were tired and a little sore, the trip was surprisingly comfortable. After the 2 ...

Where Eagles Dare

A travel blog entry by abryan124

24

... in a short period. Many of the prominent Nazi buildings have been destroyed but the tour still shows how the mountain was littered with Nazis. I am grateful I could experience the Eagles Nest and all the history behind it! It was a rather quiet last evening in Austria. I made my preparations for tomorrow and wanted a quiet evening. I hungout with Matt and a few Americans to watch the soccer match and then the sound of music. Tomorrow: Munich, ...

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