Schlosswirt Zu Anif
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... soo much history before us...
Up and down the maze of narrow streets one wanders through the ornate black iron gates of St. Peter's Cemetery
St. Peter's Cemetery with its unique ambiance is one of the oldest and most beautiful cemeteries in the world. It is the final resting place for a number of famous loca lpersonalities, artists, scholars and businessmen... Mozarts sister being one. The orante ...
... green and red theme abounds.
A trip up Hohensalzburg Castle, (dating back to 1077 , with a length of 250 metres and a
width of 150 metres, it is one of the largest medieval castles in Europe) is made a lot easier and safer by the funicular railway (built in 1892) .. for 8:80 euros return the trip of some 98 metres high in sixty seconds. atop the hill the view is one of winter beauty. Snow covered rooftops, ...
... as if his life depended on it .....it was very difficult to look people in the eye at breakfast the next morning. Bought some Salzburg rasberry schnapps....only to warm me up on cold nights....very effective. I could have spent longer in Salzburg....I could also imagine how magical it would be at Christmas....covered in snow and Christmas decorations.....already....in November....lights and decorations are starting to appear and in the ancient...narrow ...
... very attentive and had noticed that several brochures and postcards had the same view of town and she made an educated guess of where this might be from. We often keep track of potential photographic vantage points as we browse brochures and postcards. We then backtracked a few hundred meters and climbed up a few flights of narrow, stone staircases that led us between houses that are nearly built on top of each other – real estate is at a prime here. A few ...
... other small items. We watched an interesting video on his life while he was growing up. We then headed back in to the main part of the museum to finish listening to a different video when they turned out all the lights where we were sitting and told us it was closed and we had to go. The hours listed were until 5:30 and it was only about 5:15 so everyone was quite surprised that we couldn’t stay the full amount of time; we were only allowed to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed