Attunga Alpine Lodge

10 Arlberg St, Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 Arlberg St, Falls Creek, is near Falls Creek Alpine Resort and Falls Creek Ski Lifts.
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    Travel Blogs from Falls Creek

    Time in the Baltic

    A travel blog entry by barry_lywood on Jul 24, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... it's been nearly 7 weeks since we left Scotland, so time to have a break from travelling and spend some quality time with them. We are having a short break to Amsterdam with Kate and Graham immediately on our return north, then we will rest!!!!!! Our cruise has been a busy one, in total we have only had 5 sea days, 6 ports of call and interesting tours in each place. The first stop was Stockholm. The Swedes claim to fame is that they can look back on 5,000 years ...

    Canberra to the Snowy Mountains

    A travel blog entry by eliznabertus on Jun 29, 2014

    2 photos

    ... spectacular and we drive through Bright and historic Beechworth. I'd say hidden gems for sure and as if this hasn't been enough, Harrietsville itself its qaint AS!!!! I think we can stay here forever!!! Even the people at Cazbak Alphine cabins are so nice, which just makes it even nicer. We manage to get here early enough so we can still goto the ski shop (just 20m from where we stay) ...

    June 28

    A travel blog entry by barry_lywood on Jun 26, 2014

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... they all slept well that night! The following day was more of the same, 93km Col de Marie Blanque, Col d'Aubisque and Col de Soulor. Day 3 was to be the Col de Tourmalet but due to preparations for the Tour de France the summit was closed so the tour operators had to find an alternative. The Col de Pyrousord and Col d'Aspin was the challenge of the day. In the days to follow were the Col de Portet, Col de Port, col de Marmare and Col de Jau ...

    Crossing the Murray

    A travel blog entry by jody1 on Apr 23, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... quite attached to that table and considered bringing it with us, but Col put up a bit of a fuss about adding it to his load. Don't know why!

    The only down side was that we weren't as close to the river, but it was only a short stroll and helped get us all out of camp now and again. The boys quickly found their way there and discovered the perfect rock throwing arena (number one activity at any new camp!). Watching them ...

    From The Alps to The Prom

    A travel blog entry by jatty on Dec 07, 2013

    11 photos

    ... chalet-style hotels and apartments and plenty of skiers to give it atmosphere it may be quite different. There have been some serious bush fires in this region recently and much of the vegetation has been destroyed, many of the hillsides are covered with eerie grey and blackened tree trunks sticking up into the sky, there is not much sign of re-generation and at a distance the slopes look as if they are covered in grey fluff.

    Mount Hotham itself is 1,868 metres ...