Star Inn Hotel Salzburg Airport
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... our way. Finally we arrived at our destination and our accommodation for the next two nights. The accommodation is only a 3 minute walk from the station. The accommodation is adequate but the bed is not large and not that comfortable. After a short time at our accommodation we received another snow storm. It was quite an experience. Tomorrow we have booked a ...
... with the hotel's service. I purchased return tickets on the Metro Line 1 which has an entrance close to the hotel. The line runs to Hero Square with 8 stops between the hotel and the square. Their underground railway system is the oldest electrified underground rail in the European Continent. I walked a short distance to the Szechenyl Thermal Baths. The baths are spread over a large area with 2 ...
... people were sick back at the hotel do between been sick and nothing much to do the mountain was the right choice. It was really ****** snow up the mountain because it was really slushy. One minute it was raining then snowing and then sunny. But it was still ...
... was a sort of mix of Paris with so much history and beautiful buildings (even a bridge with lover's locks) and Venice with old windy streets. Down the main street, Getriedegasse, there are elaborate shop signs overhead, some of which have been around for many generations or even hundreds of years. There's even a Starbucks and a McDonalds which one of my expat friends jokingly calls "The American Embassy."
After wandering ...
... and later, to power factories. The use of water for sanitation is likely why Saltzburg was one of the few towns in Austria to avoid the Plague.
That evening we dined at a traditional Austrian restaurant, Zirkelwurt. Deb had goulash soup which was quite thick and spicy (quite different from the Hungarian Goulash soup she had in Budapest) and Jack had a plate of goulash and salad. The atmosphere was rustic and the food was hearty.
The next morning we were up early for ...