Pension Ferstl

Ischlerstrasse 1, Sankt Gilgen, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, A-5340, Austria | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Sankt Gilgen

The Hills Are Alive

A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker

12

... the writes to the book, all for $9000, which he then went on to sell to Hollywood for $1.2 million the next year. We had a great day. The tour took us to the lake and the backyard used in The Sound of Music and they took us to the house that was used in the it too. The house and the backyard to the house that are used in the film are in totally different locations. The tour took us to the gazebo where they sin the song “You are 16, going on 17” and we also ...

Salzburg

A travel blog entry by alexsandral

1
23

... years ago. I visited the beautiful St Peters Church graveyard that was featured in the Sound of Music and I found it to be a quite haven among the bustle of tourists. I wandered the narrow streets of the old town and only looked at Mozart's birthplace house where he was born on January 27, 1756. It is now a museum but as I had previously visited it I didn't bother paying to go inside. Salzburg hasn't changed much from what I remember as all the ...

Beautiful Lakes of Germany

A travel blog entry by alexsandral

1
29

... s second highest mountain - Watzmann (2713m). Tonight we went to a restaurant up in the mountains that specialises in "flesh", meaning that if it can be freshly hunted and killed locally they will have it. I ended up having a very nice steak with an onion and horseradish coating but apparently the deer, pork and offal dishes were very nice. While I could get by in Italy with my meagre grasp of the language, I am finding the German language very difficult - it ...

Mozart Haus

A travel blog entry by nanslyn

9

... musician, had a reputation for being rather difficult and demanding, while his mother was loved and well regarded for her peacemaking abilities. She had seven babies between 1749 and 1757, Mozart being the youngest. Can you imagine! Mozart and his sister Anna were the only two to survive. Back in Mozart's time, that was fairly common. Mozart and his sister were both ...

Do Re Mi

A travel blog entry by mblack92

5
15

... in and have one of each, an apple one and a cheese one. Also very delicious, however I think our eyes were bigger than our stomach and we had to call defeat. We then made it over to 'Old Town' where we walked the maze like streets looking in little shops selling marionettes and millions of carefully painted egg tree decorations. We were constantly reminded by postcards and badges that "AUSTRIA DOES NOT HAVE KANGAROO'S" Kathryn Ya ya ya ... I love ...

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This inn, located on Ischlerstrasse 1, Sankt Gilgen, is near Salzburg's Old Town and Piz Val Gronda.
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