Pension B & B Helmhof
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dei S. Giovannie Paolo which has now been converted into a working hospital - I thought this was pretty amazing - Santa Maria dei Maracoli which is a lovely church made of marble - S.Giorgio Maggiore located on it's own island with the most amazing lookout of the city from the bell tower (this was a highlight not to be missed and gives a better view than San Marco) - San Marco at the main square. Beautiful, large and very gold. Another ...
... 8217;t believe my eyes. Up until now Edinburgh had been my favorite place but now Salzburg was creeping to the top. The mountains just went on forever and the clouds draped perfectly around them. There were houses along the sides of the mountains and I could only imagine how peaceful it was to live up there. Katrin showed me around some more before we headed to a traditional Austria restaurant where we met her parents for dinner. The dish I chose was ...
... Then hopped on the bus to Innsbruck, Austria where we have two nights. We have a room overlooking the township with mountains in the distance... Joint dinner tonight at a local restaurant.. Tour into the mountains tomorrow ... Can't wait... Cindy Had a great dinner tonight. Went to Medieval restaurant where you only get a knife & eat with your hands. Lots of fun, good food & good ...
... that was really good.
After lunch we walked back to the bus stop to go back to the train station. Before picking up our bags, we stopped at the Spar in the train station to buy the cheaper kind of Mozart Ball's (Mirabell). These were only 4 Euro per bag, and I got four bags! I wanted a lot because I don't think I'll be back to Salzburg anytime soon, if at all.
Then we walked over to Hertz to pick up our rental car. It took quite a ...
... Residenz was the former royal palace of the House of Wittlesbach. The complex of grand residential buildings, stables, church, barracks, courtyards, gardens, theatre and eventually antiquarium (museum) was the result of continuous expansion over the generations. The rulers also felt the need to protect themselves from both the rebellious city dwellers and their warlike relatives.