Landhotel Reisingers Bayerische Alm

Address: Robert-Koch-Strasse 211, Burghausen (Salzach), Bavaria, 84489, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Robert-Koch-Strasse 211, Burghausen (Salzach).
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    Travel Blogs from Burghausen (Salzach)

    Easter Monday- on the train to Salzburg -6th April

    A travel blog entry by alan.g.metcalf on Apr 07, 2015

    ... music" tour. The tour leaves at 9am. If Narelle's condition has not improved in the morning we will stay in our accommodation and let her rest. We do have a Mozart Concert and Dinner at Stiftskeller in Salzburg tomorrow night from 6pm so hopefully Narelle will be okay to go. The temperature is predicted to be -2 in the morning but we are hoping the weather ...

    Last day in Budapest-Sunday 5th April

    A travel blog entry by alan.g.metcalf on Apr 07, 2015

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    ... and then went to bed. At 2pm I went and asked the concierge about the best way to get to the Szechenyl baths. I explained that we had purchased tickets on board the boat and that Narelle would not be able to go. The concierge contacted the baths and was able to secure a refund for Narelle. The hotel also prepared a spa kit containing a towel, slippers, water and shampoo in a back pack. I have been ...

    Salzburg

    A travel blog entry by christie-lee on Apr 05, 2015

    Salzburg was a good day. It is the city of The sounds of music! But besides that I found that there was not that much to see in the city so I went up the mountain and skied for the day! There was 5 of us and it was really good! Glad I didn't say down though ...

    Accidental Renaissance Fair

    A travel blog entry by audreytravels on Jul 10, 2011

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    ... of the castle. The entire grounds of the castle were taken up by tents, stages, shops, and people for the festival. When we got there people were still arriving, and music and entertainment wasn't set to start until about 11:30. We decided to walk around and enjoy the festivities. It was neat that they could have a festival like this at an actual castle.

    It was very similar to Renaissance Festivals in the US (or at least the one in ...

    Einoden - Rosenheim, Muhldorf - Marktl - Day 12

    A travel blog entry by sydandval on May 23, 2011

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    We both woke just after 5.30am to a gentle shower, which by 6am was 'chucking it down' in torrents. We stayed in bed until the alarm at 6.45 and then made breakfast in bed (easy to do when you live in a tent). The rain gradfually eased and by 8.30am we were on our way, not raining but sellen, low, grey clouds. As we pedalled the 24k to Rosenheim, nearly all on gravel except one amazing bitumen section, the skies ...