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 …
... grey! However, suffice it to say, we lucked in and have a river facing view on the 5th floor which is huge. Not only king bed but also couch and desk, almost room for pony!! Room twice size of any previous, longer and wider than our lounge at home. So, cup of coffee on the couch with feet up prior to our dinner out tonight at 6.30pm. We have liked all our rooms, probably the worst was Euston in London but that was well liveable for the couple of nights ...
We spent most of the day travelling between Hintertux and Bruck en def Mur around 2 hours south east of Vienna. We were on buses and trains from 10:30 am to 6:00 pm but that journey look us through a valley in the Austrian Alps though numerous quaint alpine towns backdropped by some stunning views of ...
... 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 ...
... off the highway when he saw the name of the ski area on a sign. Sam was hemming and hawing about whether to ski or snowboard until the last possible second, and in the end decided to go with snowboarding. I was a little nervous that this would mean that he would be done for the day after one hour (I think snowboarding just plain leads to more falls for a beginner), but never fear, I was the one whimpering by the end of the first run. Last week in Hungary apparently got ...