Alpin Aktiv Hotel Konigsleiten
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What is great about backpacking with no fixed agenda or itinerary, is that you can make changes to your plans at any time, based on how you feel or based on things you read & hear. That was the case with our visit to Vienna & Kitzbuhel. We had not planned to visit Austria, but since we were so close to Vienna we decided to go there & since we were in Austria, ...
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When they got back the clothes still weren't dry. We fixed lunch and then headed out for the afternoon. We walked into town to the train station and rented bikes. We rode uphill to Mayrhofen (Mare-hoe-fun) about 6 miles away. Luckily it was along the river and the railroad track so there were few hills. The Ziller River is a pretty milky green color from all the glacial melt water and ...
... we sat for a few minutes at Biesl Altstadt and had a beer, me a raddler. We walked up to St. Anne's Column which marks the middle of the old marketplace. It was built in the 18th century in gratitude that the army had defeated the invading Bavarians. We saw the Triumphal Arch from a distance but it was covered in scaffolding and plastic for repairs.
For supper we chose Weisses Rossl a restaurant off the beaten path recommended by Rick Steves. ...
I was woken up at 8:00 by the rain pouring on the roof of our penthouse. Derek was up at 8:45, Erin at 9:00 and I woke Larry up at 9:15 in hopes that the rain would quit. It did not. We spent a lazy morning writing blogs, reading and surfing the internet. The rain started to abate a little about 11:00. The highlight of the morning was the 11:30 arrival of the steam train on the tracks by our apartment. We watched from the balcony. We ...
... br> parallel to the main motorway (which appeared to be elevated on concrete piers
most of its route). The motorway was busy and even the local road was busy, Not
pleasant driving. This is a main north-south arterial route.
Stopped at Camping Corones. Luxurious site, with heated
sanitary facilities and a heated outdoor pool, but somehow we did not like it.
Full of Germans and very “ordered” parking.