- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... meal - the food was good and what everyone wanted, the place was warm and pleasantly noisy, and the mixture of English, Italian and German that the wait staff used helped to relax us, since I think it is much easier to communicate when everything gets jumbled and clearly everyone wants to communicate but is not stressing the grammar. The house beer was better at the GastHaus, but that was the only negative.
Returning to the hotel, Laura went up to lie ...
... friendly woman at the hotel front desk for a dinner recommendation and she immediately pointed out the Gasthaus on the town square on the map (apparently it was the only restaurant indicated on the map). We found the place without too much difficulty, although figuring out where to go inside the huge sprawling interior was more of a problem (there seemed to be both smoking and non-smoking dining rooms and private party rooms). A waitress found us kind of wandering ...
... for our first full on family vacation. We left after I finished with my class this afternoon. We spent a little time lost driving in circles in town before we got the right road up the hill to the hotel. Google just couldn't seem to find herself in the mountains and our printed driving directions seemed to connect two roads that were not actually connected. Fortunately ...
... housed a small palace which was beautifully decorated with ornate ceilings and wood carvings. We also visited Mozart’s house and learnt all about his life and were able to view many of his personal items, which was rather interesting. Salzburg is quite cute and it has many beautiful churches, squares and more unfinished Christmas markets that we couldn’t enjoy. There is also a fascinating graveyard with wire gravestones, ...
... easily and it was only about 2k from where we were parked. Being on holiday mode we didn't realize the time and it was to late to bother going in so we returned to the stelplatz, read our books and played cards. I had set my alarm again this morning to make sure we up in time to be one of the first in line. As it turned out we we joined about 50 odd students and a handful of other tourists. Entry was free but guided tours were given and you could also hire a audio speaker ...