Pension Astlhof

Markt 42a, Grossarl, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, 5611, Austria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Grossarl

The weather changes

A travel blog entry by shadowfin

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Nice to wake up to see the mountains across the valley picking the morning sun. No fog hooray. The weather cleared and we had snow over night, so everything was fantastic. The snow on the piste was wonderful, and crowds were minimal. Until WL fell and popped her right shoulder. I cannot believe she said the pain was not ...

To the Land of Curvy Roads

A travel blog entry by laurenporter6

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... were no signs or anything with warnings about the turns and the speed limit was still set at a comfortable 100 km/h......

It was turn after turn after turn. It was fun but the lil Juke wasnt really up for the challenge. Luckily I had a professional driver (faj) and he did a great job!

Hallstatt was absolutely gorgeous - just like the pictures. I am so glad that my co-worker RJ ...

First for 6 years

A travel blog entry by shadowfin

Stansted was not a bad place to leave from. I had visions of 'come fly with me', and there were moments of the day that looked just like TV, but actually the journey and airport came out well. Ljubjana airport is tucked away behind some mountains and the runway cut out from the surrounding pine forest. There is no green only black, and the white peaks with streaks of grey slashed in between the snow. The journey from ...

About My Life, Sort Of...

A travel blog entry by oliver.strobl

... with, I do not actually live in Salzburg, but rather in a small town to the south called Puch. This is key as living away from the city center was a good and bad this. First the good and it is relatively simple: My walk to class was under 2 minutes, as well as being able to sleep in a we little bit more. In addition, there are many `cultural events`` that take place in the residence... One last thing, I did not have ...

The Climb

A travel blog entry by ashcol64

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... in time a kilo of salt was equivalent in value to a kilo of gold so Hallstatt was considered the Iron Age equivalent of Fort Knox. The Romans in the area would pay their centurions in salt as the commodity held such high value in the open market. Hallstatt is so significant that an entire Iron Age culture was named after the town – the Hallstatt culture. 7,000 years later, the graves in the valley above the town and the finds in the prehistoric mine ...

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