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TripAdvisor Reviews Seecamping Schluga Hermagor Pressegger See
Travel Blogs from Hermagor Pressegger See
... problem on this road was roadwork's. The road was being widened all
the way and so over 12 sets of temp traffic lights had been setup and at each
one the waiting time was anything from 10 to 20 minutes. What a nightmare this
was. By the time I finally got to Tarvisio it was almost 15h30 and was getting
dark so it was hotel time.
The final pass into Italy has been well built up since I was here last and
a massive new bridge constructed across a ...
... all the other passengers onto a train. Ryan was still a little worried about being on the right train so we asked the train steward who confirmed it was going to our destination. We left the stop at the correct time according to our schedule but then stopped at an unmarked station for half an hour. Then I started freaking out that maybe we were on the wrong train. But there was nothing to do at that point but hope for the best. Another ...
... this has become somewhat of an annual pilgrimage, usually to the Istrian peninsula and Rovinj which we love, but this year we have decided to venture a little further afield and take the coast road as far south as Dubrovnik, poking our nose into Montenegro to visit another of the 14 villages in Europe called Malta and then making our way back overland through part ...
... English, had a bus timetable with him and advised us to stay on the train until Klagenfurt, three stops away. We could then board the bus for Venice from there. We would only be 11/2 hrs late. That sounded like a plan. I mean we had always wanted to go to Klagenfurt ........a relation perhaps to Frankfurt?? Not sure! Anyway, this kind young man even gave us plan B......if the bus at Klagenfurt was booked out, there was a train at 4.30pm for Venice. So there we ...
Dam just a short run from base and we passed some amazing waterfalls and arrived with not another person around - not a bad thing to be alone when you are stood on a glass platform at 200m. Back into Gmund for a look around the Porche Museum and town, quick bite to eat with a rather indulgent Iced Coffee.