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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kongress Leoben
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... and as I had nothing on under them I didn't know what to do!! One of the boys suggested trying to hire some so we boarded down to the next valley and went to the shop. As we were so high this took about half n hour so I was boarding with everything hanging out! So embarrassing! When we got to the shop we found they didn't hire out clothing but they were selling so I found a pair for only €65, quickly bought them and left my ripped pants in the shop to pick up later. After ...
... where we fodun Blake coming up the t-bar with someone we didn't know. I asked him where mom was, and he indicated that she would be up soon. Looking back down the t-bar, we did see her as well as the two people on the bar behind her who apparently had fallen over and were being dragged up the hill until the lift was stopped and they were asked to get off. We had a preemptive snack once everyone was together, and then got in a couple more runs before the 3-hour ...
It was a glorious, sunny morning for our 40 minute drive up the valley to the ski area. I didn't mention yesterday that in typical fashion for us, we kind of put off making hotel reservations until pretty late, so we didn't pick a ski area so much as found a good hotel and then found the closest ski area to the hotel. Fortunately, there are hundreds in Austria, so it all worked out. Despite the fact that Google said we still had 8 kms to go, Keith still has common sense ...
... loft for the boys to sleep in, and there is a children’s play area just off the bar with a climbing wall! Only downside is that they stop serving at 9 pm. That and the fact that Sam twisted his ankle just before we left home and it still hurts, so keep your fingers crossed that he will be able to ski tomorrow.
... 100m would be considered short, and on a straight road, you can see the exit as you enter, but the longest are measured in kilometres and most notable are marked on the map and have names. There is no point of reference inside the longer tunnels, and it’s difficult to determine whether you are travelling up or downhill. My personal best of 5.5km was a short lived record, as on the return journey it was smashed, but more about that later.