Star Inn Hotel Salzburg Airport
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... in San Marco square. This place was a true gem. Behind the palace walls was room upon room of the most decadent artwork covering the walls and ceilings. It is also home to the largest piece of artwork in the world. This museum was much more than a palace - it included a rich history of Venice's politics and the royal family and included access to the old prison cells and weapons used in war. This city has a colourful history and through my walking ...
... are two impressive buildings, built by Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich (1587-1612) who wanted to make Salzburg the "Rome of the North". He created a city that was a series of interconnecting squares and quiet streets. For centuries, Salzburg leaders wore two hats: as religious leader and secular head of state. Salzburg was predominately Catholic and there was a policy of zero tolerance for Protestants.
Dietrich was a good Catholic and a pragmatist and since most of the ...
... translates to "salt fortress" and was derived from the barges carrying salt on the Salzach River.
It is of course the home of the Sound of Music to us, however the locals (aprox 80%) do not recognise it or have even seen the movie.
From our hotel room window we could see the Hohensalzburg Fortress. This was built in 1077
fortress and must be visited. We caught the Funicular (of course that word generated a burst of song) to the top and again took in ...
With an early start from Munich, we boarded a train to Salzburg, Austria. Although it was drizzling, we were able to make the most of the day and explore this beautiful city. With the train station being a few miles from the heart of the city, we were able to stroll along the Salzach River and explore many of the local vendors along the river.
The walkway along the river brought us directly to the Old Town (Alstadt). The main street (Getreidgasse) held many different shops ...
Since Costa Rica, none of places we had been to had been on the original plan we had mapped.
However, Salzburg was one destination that was planned. I wanted Brian to see Salzburg and we had missed the opportunity to take the bike trip from Salzburg to Prague in 2010. I had tried to go to Prague during my junior year abroad. At that time, I was a Japanese citizen and when my American friend and I took the train from Berlin to Prague, we were shocked ...