Steinadler Apartments Obertauern
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Travel Blogs from Obertauern
... We tooted around in there, took pictures of waddles, and found a great little gift shop.when we came back, we had gelato for lunch at 3:00. I had dark chocolate and milk chocolate. We got back on the ferry home and had a nice dinner, and everyone in the small diner was American! We felt right at home. Today was a somewhat lazy day. It was nice, though. Auf Wiedersehn! ...
... ran into the same group of kids on a field trip from the ice cave tour! Some of the kids were looking at us funny, probably thinking why those crazy Canadians were following them. We lit a candle and prayed for a few minutes and headed out. The kids were following us! We were walking around the cemetery and they did the same. We went over to a ledge and took another picture of waddles and decided it was time to go to the Bone Chapel. The kids ...
... we parked and instead of driving back, Briana and I ran with the keys all the way back to where we are staying. We entered our room and got the phone, and stayed about a minute to get some water. Then we ran back down all the stairs, and ran all the way back to the car. They had timed us, and it took us 9:00 minutes to run the mile, and run up the stairs. Wow we were exhausted. We finally made it to the ice caves, and climbed the 500 steps inside the cave, and not to mention ...
... made a few stops. The first stop was at McDonalds for lunch. I had a cheeseburger ( with no cheese ), fries, and a smoothie. The next stop was at a Caffe about an hour later. We had just come to use the restroom, but we apparently decided to have a small snack. I have no idea why I ended up having a huge Chocco Locco, ( which was a whole bunch of scoops in a large cup ) but I was extremely grateful anyway. In it, there was chocolate ice cream, ginger snaps, and coconut. There ...
It’s mid-May, and I only have 3 weeks before I must leave
Europe. Last week we took a trip to
Italy to visit friends and family. My
niece Eva is living in southern Italy, way down in the heel of the boot in an
area called Puglia. She’s 6 months
pregnant and really showing – she looks wonderful and very happy. Her Italian husband, Geremia, is taking
wonderful care of her, he’s is a good cook and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking