Address: Markt 55, St. Wolfgang, Upper Austria, A- 5360, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Markt 55, St. Wolfgang, is near Piz Val Gronda.
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Travel Blogs from St. Wolfgang

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

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

Narelle is still very sick this morning. We pack and leave by taxi to the railway station to catch the 11.24am train to Salzburg. Although we are travelling 2nd class we have reserved seating. The train is very crowded and finding room to store our luggage was a problem. The seating was quite comfortable so we settled back for our 6-1/2 hour journey. There was not ...

Last day in Budapest-Sunday 5th April

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

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Narelle is not well and has contacted a bronchial flu which a lot of the passengers on the cruise had. I left Narelle in the hotel room and went for a walk across the Chain Bridge to the other side to capture Budapest at night. The scene is lovely with Parliament House, the Bridge and Castle all lit up, it is very special. It's 9am on Sunday morning and I am sitting looking out of the window of our ...


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

... people were sick back at the hotel do between been sick and nothing much to do the mountain was the right choice. It was really ****** snow up the mountain because it was really slushy. One minute it was raining then snowing and then sunny. But it was still ...

Sleepless in Salzburg

A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 04, 2014

... imagine how great it would be to complete a marathon of that size! Perhaps one day I will return to Salzburg and run it myself! They had clowns at the finish line that would cheer on the finalists and sometimes even cross the finish line with them. If I had just ran 3 hours straight and a clown came up to me and started hassling me near the finish, I would probably push them out of my way with whatever strength I had left. It was funny to watch but ...

Bavarian Alps & The Eagles Nest

A travel blog entry by burkeys on Jul 03, 2013

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... I don’t think we’ll ever forget the sight of the Bavarian Alps as they suddenly loomed in front of us, huge and pale the beige and grey, marbled, snow topped mountains were all around us like a jaw dropping, super imposed, film set. The red roofs and cedar wood balconies of the Swiss chalet style houses were dotted all over the landscape giving the Alps a fairy tale feel as we drove through the busy alpine towns and came to our next ...