Hotel Schloss Monchstein
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... Von Trapp child was born which meant they could stay living in the USA. They had gone from great wealth to being destitute, and the real Maria Von Trapp who wrote her story was originally offered for it to be a Broadway show and she declined because she wanted the story told accurately. Then a German bought the rights to produce a film saying he would tell the true story. This movie is called “die Familie Trapp". Unfortunately, he tricked her into also ...
... plazas and buildings are much the same, although some of the buildings were being worked on and I assume that maintenance of these old buildings would be an ongoing task. I took my iPad in to Salzburg hoping that there might be some wi-fi and I could access my emails and send blogs and they supposedly had it at the castle but nobody could get it to work and where I had coffee they didn't have it and I saw no signs for it anywhere else, I am ...
... the lake to St Bartholomia church where we disembarked and walked around for half an hour before returning. The ferries are very quiet as they are electric, powered by batteries. The first ferry we took was 20m long and had 4 tonne of batteries that are re-charged overnight and the second ferry was smaller. On the lake there was an echo wall and one of the two ferrymen played a tune on a horn and it echoed back which sounded pretty good. From the lake we had great views ...
Mozart's family lived in a third story apartment in Salzburg. We spent a long time touring the apartment, where his family lived for many years, and where Mozart was born. We also visited Mozart museums on the first and second floors. There is a lot of original information - actual letters, documents, etc., so we did find it all quite interesting. His father Leopold, a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility