Hotel Gartenauer

Address: Hellbrunnerstrasse 7, Anif, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, A-5081, Austria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Anif

Alpen Wandering... Fortress, Dining, and Mozart

A travel blog entry by joanieliz on Jul 10, 2015

2 comments, 9 photos

... here way back when. I love the story of the centuries ago Archbishop who had the palace built and lived there with his mistress and 15 children! In Search of a Fortress: I decided to attend a Mozart Concert and a dinner in the fortress for Friday evening. I gave myself lots of time to get to the Old Town, so that I could wander and explore my way to either walk up or take the Funicular (cable car). I did both actually - walked most of the way up in the afternoon, stopping ...

Farmers' Market; City & Country; Hotel Sacher

A travel blog entry by joanieliz on Jul 10, 2015

5 photos

... they consider this area to be German as far as booking goes. Got myself oriented to the city and the countryside. One of our stops was Hellbrun Palace, and had a wee look at the grounds and the gazebo from the Sound of Music. I will see more from that bit of pop culture and history later today, as I am going on the Sound of Music tour. I had to do it. I might go back to Hellbrun if time tomorrow (my last full day here), as I learned about the ...

Altstadt, Rainstorm, Jet Lag

A travel blog entry by joanieliz on Jul 09, 2015

3 comments, 9 photos

... to have them all. The charm of European cities is that nothing is on a grid, and that served to get me lost first thing in the morning while I wandered the exact opposite direction for about half and hour. I saw a wee cafe and zipped in for a cappuccino (delightfully made with almond milk; and it was impressive) to check my map and see where I made my navigation faux pas. Once I realized how close the pedestrian street called Linzer Gasse was to my origin, I was ...

A day in Salzburg

A travel blog entry by rskil on May 01, 2015

15 photos

... by the soldiers were the same no matter what side they were on! I also learnt about the terrible conditions for those in concentration camps and the war on civilians. We continued to potter around after the museum visit. We visited more churches- there are so many in Salzburg. The shops were all closed as it was May Day, but still plenty of tourists. Another good day even if it had been ...

By train to Salzburg

A travel blog entry by nanslyn on Jun 07, 2014

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... is very close together. Roman Catholic Churches are around every corner, and it is really special to be surrounded by the pealing of all the church bells when it is time to ring them bells! There is a fortress, Hohensaltzburg, on top of the nearby mountain. This fortress has protected Salzburg for hundreds of years. Apparently, it did its job well, because Salzburg never had any major difficulties even when ...