Seegasthof Gamsjaga

Address: Gamsjaga 2, Sankt Gilgen, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, 5340, Austria | Inn
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This inn, located on Gamsjaga 2, Sankt Gilgen, is near Salzburg's Old Town and Piz Val Gronda.
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Travel Blogs from Sankt Gilgen

Extreme Skiing in Flachau - Austria

A travel blog entry by andrematula on Mar 06, 2015

116 photos

Well, it all began with an over night stay at the Holiday Inn hotel in Worth near Gatwick airport on Thursday 6th April 2015. The pictures and video's detail exactly what happened whilst skiing, dancing, singing and relaxing in Flachau !!! I hope you enjoy this travel journal as much as we all did actually taking part in it!!!! Andy ...

Salzburg to Hopfgarten!

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Feb 22, 2015

... game a shot. Can be a very expensive game! Luckily I only lost when we were playing a practice round. I did come second to last when we were playing for shots but thank god I didn't lose because I could not afford a round of shots. My roomie Kat lost and got us all a schnapps shot. Unfortunately she also made me laugh the moment the shot went into my mouth and I ended up coughing it up all over my face hair and shirt!! Not a classy start! At ...

The Sound of Music

A travel blog entry by ellenscofield on Feb 19, 2015

1 comment, 48 photos

... t find the need to go to both his birthplace and his residence. I only chose his birthplace because it was in the center of town and close to everything else I was visiting.

Then I went to see the Salzburg Dom, it was pretty inside but I've seen so many churches that I think I have too high of expectations for them! I also went to visit the St. Peter's cemetery and catacombs (if you know me at all, this should not be the least bit surprising!). ...

Blossom of snow may you bloom and grow...

A travel blog entry by emfletche on Sep 16, 2014

4 photos

... as many people as possible are squeezed on. It is standing-room only; something akin to rush hour on the London underground. Apart from having your nose wedged in someone’s armpit. And that stunning scenery, which is unlikely to be found on the Bakerloo line. But when we disembark at St Wolfgang, it is totally worth it. This lakeside town is just like an Alpine fairy-tale, and carries many myths and legends regarding the axe-wielding saint of ...

Serendipity and awe

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 15, 2013

39 photos

... was really to die for, and I was really happy with my mint hot chocolate. The café was very cute and overlooked the river. The waitress was very helpful and aware of our time constraints. She even went out of her way to help us with the buses. We bid adieu to Nara and rushed home to get frocked-up for the Mozart dinner concert that evening. Somehow we made ourselves look respectable, but needed to run in our huge high heels to make the train, as only one was going per ...