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TravelPod Member ReviewsLehenerhof Salzburg
This hotel had a decent location, about 20 min from train station and 30 min to the city center. Breakfast was pretty nice, especially since we could only enjoy free internet access around that area anyway. It is a good place to stay, but I think a little overpriced.
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We have just come back from a lovely trip up to Lake Konigssee, and a boat trip down the lake to St Bartholoma. The lake is nestled between the mountains, and is 602m above sea level with an average depth of 150m. It is the cleanest lake in Germany, with the water being pure enough to be classified ...
... found a different path near the gorge, climbing bridge rails etc etc to get some decent photos.
Still alive, we traveled back to Salzburg slowly, walked the river by night and checked out the cathedral all while consuming pumpkin soup, chocolate, apple strudel and coffee.
... supposed to take a train to the last station in Germany, then get on a bus for the remaining 7km to Salzburg. And this is exactly what we did. That last train station had ample security and tables of snacks and water for the refugees. It was late, cold and drizzling when we crossed the bridge/river that divides Germany from Austria and ...
... and ambled my way along the Salzach riverbank walkway to the Mozart Bridge for its start. I find the people watching to be as entertaining as the sights. More on that in a later post. If I hadn't already done my own extensive wandering and exploring around the city, I would have found this walking tour more informative, so by the time I'd walked the equivalent of one block all connected to the descriptions (from the bridge to the first square), I basically scrapped it ...
... Christmas markets. As we have travelled we have seen an increase in prices- gluhwein was only 2.50 euros in Berlin, 3 in Prague, 3.50 in Munich and now 4-4.50 in Salzburg.
We explored their Christmas markets and tried some of the MozartKugeln (Mozart
balls) and then visited his birthplace. We had dinner at a Japanese restaurant
for something quick to eat. Whilst the food was very good, they also charged
5euro for water, bringing us bottled ...