Al Torrente

Address: See Paznauntal, See, Tirol, Austrian Alps, A-6553, Austria | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on See Paznauntal, See, is near See Ski Resort.
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Travel Blogs from See

End of 2014 5) Back to Oberstdorf

A travel blog entry by theresaford on Dec 12, 2014

18 photos

Having spent a week on my mountain, it was time to do some longer and steeper walks again so it was back to Oberstdorf but this time avoiding waterfalls! Day 1 was spent on a flatter walk and on day 2 the only way was up! Although due to time constraints we came down by cable car which confused Lizzie! Surprisingly little ...

Day Twenty-three Thursday, June 5, 2014 Fussen

A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on Jun 05, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... of interesting old German paintings and the ceiling in the Knight’s Hall is over 500 years old. Another interest feature was painting on the outside of the buildings – what appeared to be trim built into the building to surround the windows is actually an illusion – and it truly did fool the eye. (see Frank’s pics) Fabulous!!



Of course to get to ...

1742. A Good Stopping Point

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 02, 2013

32 photos

... a cozy traditional village, where people paint murals of saints on their exterior walls and where the natural landscape is suddenly transformed into cozy little twisted alleys. And a castle! Yep, another castle. This one is quite a beauty, with a tall tower rising above the main walls. Turns out, this castle is used as a university campus, so I can go inside and at least check out the courtyard. From hear I cross an open ...

1741. The Underwater Village

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 01, 2013

20 photos

... what I suspected is true: a village had to be flooded when the dam was built, and this church tower is all that is left to the eye from this now underwater town. It seems both sad and poetic... The sun is setting as I reach my third village of Curon Venosta. Here I give into temptation, and opt for a warm bed again instead of camping out. It does seem to be a lot colder on this side of the mountain for some reason. And so ends a beautiful ...

1740. Goodbye Austria

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 01, 2013

37 photos

... highlands of Nauders, my final town here in Austria. It's kind of a surreal feel, after hours of nearly impenetrable cliffs and fierce river gorges--thinking I'd left all land suitable for human life behind--to find a peaceful idyllic landscape high up on the mountains--a Shangri-La of sorts. I reach the town itself--a pleasant place built on gentle slopes with a couple of shops and restaurants open. Here I stop to chat with an older German couple that ...