Watzmann

Address: Franziskanerplatz 2, Berchtesgaden, Bavarian Alps, Bavaria, 83471, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Franziskanerplatz 2, Berchtesgaden, is near Konigssee, Berchtesgaden Salt Mines (Salzbergwerk Berchtesgaden), Documentation Center Obersalzberg, and Watzmann Therme.
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      Day 3: On the road again

      A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs on Oct 24, 2014

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      Today was our last day in Salzburg. Neither of us were hungry for breakfast after last nights feast, so we headed 20 minutes outside of town to Schloss (castle) Hellbrunn. This "small" castle was built in 1613 & named for the clear spring water that supplied it. It was meant only to be used as a day residence for the Austrian archbishop - so there are no bedrooms in the palace. The main attraction of this palace, however, are the ...

      A Quick Alpine Retreat

      A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... the next bus arrives. Nevertheless, as things quieted down it was the perfect time and place for us to grab lunch and rest up a bit.

      Hallstatt for us too would only be a waypoint on a longer journey halfway across Austria to Vienna that same night. What I will leave you with however is the beauty of the place, or at least what I could catch of it in my photos. Enjoy the virtual vacation and I will see you next in ...

      Salzburg: Schnitzels and Sonatas

      A travel blog entry by jonkinne on Oct 09, 2014

      11 photos

      ... actual instruments that he played. Pretty amazing to see the violin that was once in his ever-so-talented hands. The family moved across the river when Mozart was 17 years old, and the background music playing as we walked around that residence was a combination of his symphonies, waltzes and sonatas. Lunch was at Cafe Tomaselli, and as you see in the picture, there is little evidence that remains of the decadently-rich Sachertorte ...

      The Eagles Nest ... NOT the "Hawk's Nest"

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 20, 2014

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      ... custom in Europe they will often seat other folks at your table. Half way through dinner our waiter asked if he could move the three young men seated at the adjacent table to our table so they could seat a party of six at the boys table.

      Within a half hour we had new best friends. The boys, Max, Marcel and Lukas were 20 somethings, two of whom were still in school and the other already working. We ended up discussing WW II history, Austrian life, the fact that people ...

      Day Twenty-five Sat Jun 7, Salzburg- Berchtesgarde

      A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on Jun 07, 2014

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      The so-called "Eagle’s Nest" was built as a teahouse for Adolf Hitler’s 50th birthday. Perched on a mountain summit, its unusual position makes of the daring project a unique engineering feat. What few realize is that Hitler’s home and headquarters - the second seat of 3rd Reich power - were located at Obersalzberg (the name of the mountain), at the foot of the Eagle’s Nest mountain. This teahouse ...