Alpenhof Hotel Semmering
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Kellemes környezetben, korrekt kiszolgálással, figyelmes személyzet, gazdag étkezési lehetoség.
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Térkép szerint 312 km, nem egy leküzdhetetlen távolság.
Szombat reggel kényelmesen elindultunk. Mivel odaát sem volt nagy távolság és nézelődni is szerettünk volna, hát nem pályán mentünk. Így a Zsira határátkelőre esett a választás.
Átlépsz a határon és valóban zöldebb a fű, ápoltabbak a kertek, eltűnnek a keríté …
... time to relax and ponder life during my travels. I think the Italians call it "the art of doing nothing..." Time to stop, reflect, visit, relish, enjoy, appreciate... I think I have taken a photo of each coffee just for fun. I don't know that I'll get through all of them, but trying a few has been fun. On the day I visited Mozart's birthplace museum in Salzburg, amidst the bustle of the throngs that are part of the Aldstadt, isn't ...
... crossed the border. Not that we had to stop - just keep on going! Lunch at our first Austrian roadside stop. Interesting to see the change in goods in the store. Food better. I had salad, David a goulash soup. Not many there either which was nice. Austrian villages dot the hills and valleys in the same way as before, but the style of homes change to the lovely chalet types. Very lovely. Down off the beautiful alps and onto Danube plains, with ...
... mountains. On arrival we had a short 10 minute walk to our Pension just off the Town Square an d fronting the River Mur. Our hotel room even came with a doorway overlooking the Mur. We took an evening stroll around the Town Square and Venetian buildings and the. Along the River Mur before returning to our ...
... parking lot further up the hill, once I had figured out what the parking lot attendant was saying to me in rapid Hungarian. It also helped to have been there the previous day, so his arm motions made sense. I confirmed what he was telling us to do in English, and we all got a laugh out of his assuming a language based on our Hungarian license plate.
Starting at the secondary lot meant we were already at the top of the beginner slope, so we managed to ...