Point Hotel

Address: Eisgrabenstrasse 32, Anif, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, 5081, Austria | 4 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Anif

Day 3: On the road again

A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs on Oct 24, 2014

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... quietly pointed us out of the path of cleverly hidden water spouts. Others in our group were not so lucky! Also on the palace grounds is another famous Sound of Music icon - the pavilion where Rolf and Lisel sing "16 going on 17".

We headed straight to the airport after that & flew to Berlin. We figured out the S-Bahn system - it is very easy to use. It was dark out, so we took a stroll down Unter den Linden street - a ...

Soaked to the bone: Part 2

A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs on Oct 24, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... The food was truly Norwegian-style with plenty of fish and vegetables. The least successful dish paired scallops & corned beef - not my favorite, a little too outside the box putting seafood & meat together. The most successful was a tie between the carrots with smoked cheese & pumpkin ice cream with camomile cream. The atmosphere was truly memorable and the service was impeccable
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A Quick Alpine Retreat

A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 16, 2014

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... and shops were thematically colored in natural wood tones and covered in hanging plants and flowers. Occasionally there would be an opening in the right side of the lane providing a view and access to the lake. As we pushed further inward there were a plethora of handicraft and souvenir shops to cater to the abundance of tourists. Clearly Hallstatt was on the tour route as there were half a dozen buses just outside ...

Salzburg: Schnitzels and Sonatas

A travel blog entry by jonkinne on Oct 09, 2014

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... not "weener" , but rather pronounced "Vee-ner", since it means a schnitzel like they make it in Vienna, which city in German is called "Wien"' or "Veen"). Similarly, the slang we use for "hot dogs" is interesting; "wiener" (we pronounce it "weener") really refers to a sausage which originated in Vienna made from a mixture of pork and beef, while "frankfurter" indicates a pork sausage like they enjoy in the German financial capital.
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Salzburg, the Fortress

A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 03, 2014

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After the Fortress we all walked down the path to old Salzburg together then went back to wait for Bekki. We took turns at the front door as the door required a key which she didn’t have.

After waiting until 9:30 pm we devised a new plan. Dale, Bel and I would go eat while Elias stood guard. We had her birthday dinner then walked back to the apt but there was no Bekki. Finally at 10pm she arrived. ...