Best Western Hotel Sonne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Hotel Sonne Lienz
Good clean and friendly hotel. also good value for money
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Adriatic Adventure, 14-11-14 Tarvisio to Lienz, Austria via pass
Today was to be a kind of exploring day or better still a farewell day in
I left my hotel in Tarvisio and headed along the slow road to Lienz in
Austria. The satnav seemed determined to take me along the m/way and I kept
adding in places as via points …
So, what that means is unpacking, driving, packing, driving, GPS fails and more driving, more unpacking and more packing…. blah blah blah.
I know, I know, no one feels sorry for us…I am sure no one is like “oh, poor things, they have to pack and drive on their three month European summer vacation - gaw….I hope they’re okay!”
Yes, we are! No worries.
Seriously though, by the time we got to ...
... nearly, from whence we came. At least, back nearly to our mountain border pass (which, incidentally, again, involved no border control, no passports). I'd noticed a camping sign on the way down. Sure enough, a couple of miles off the road into the forest we found a campsite with just a couple of other people in it (French, Belgian, Czech, how international) and for just 16 euros a night. In Bled we had been quoted 29 and 30 euros. So we have a field almost to ...
... get, I guess, from a rich country that doesn't have to rely on taxes. The Brenner pass is a huge elongated concrete skyway..which we avoided because we didn't want to pay the toll. All this meant was we drove underneath it through amazing steep-sided valleys until we ended up in Brenner itself, a sign on the side of a shop perfunctorily announcing we were in Italy - and that was the only way we knew. Little changed. The whole area through the Dolomites is a weird conjunction of ...
DAY 1 Munich to Seebruck on Chiemsee 92kms
To break the legs in we had a fairly flat ride planned that felt like it was over all too soon. The Bavarian countryside is lush and green with rolling hills that are peppered with fields of wheat, corn, berries and sunflowers. Seebruck translates as 'Lake Bridge' and it is a tiny village ...