Alpenhof Hotel Semmering
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... 8pm, and I'm not feeling to great so we will make do. Despite our expected noisy camp for the night, we both slept very well. I crashed out around 9pm after Rich had made our evening dinner. Just after 10 we made our bed up in the table area for a change and didn't wake up until 8.40. I didn't realise how tired we were. We made tracks not to long after and headed to a Stelplatz not to far from the huge city of Vienna. The drive was pretty and scenic until we reached the city ...
... river gorge.
Soon the rafts start to arrive, the paddlers laughing and shrieking as the fast river rushes them downstream. Just upriver from the footbridge there is a landing place where the rafters beach their craft and climb up to a jumping platform for a high plunge into the river.
Then it's back ...
There are a pair of swimming lakes in the valley below the house and on this lovely evening the car park is filled with bikes of all descriptions.
We are warmly welcomed by Klaus and Frau Rieder and book in for two nights. Our comfortable room and breakfast costs just €27 each, a good deal in Austria.
We are soon chatting with Klaus as the sun goes down and the bikers start to leave for home. He ...
The heavens have opened! It is our final night in Austria and we are having a meal with the lovely Christoph! He bought us all Jagermeister - bleugh :)!!
Sad to be going home tomorrow but it has been an amazing journey and I loved every minute.
... only took cash so have no credit card details for auto top-up. They can always send us a bill!!
Proceeded into Austria. We had read about the Unesco listed Semmeringbahn Railway, completed in 1854, which enables the train from Vienna to reach Trieste in Italy in 13 hours, travelling through the mountains, climbing 457 metres with 16 viaducts, 15 tunnels and over 100 bridges - what an achievement for that era!