Blue Mountain Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Mountain Hotel Afritz
Pun for the amazing hot tub and beautiful lakes in surrounding towns. I would love to return to this hotel some day!
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... dropped and smashed). We also took the tour of the museum. After the castle we headed to the hotel and unloaded all of the suitcases. 5 minutes later, poor Gilles had to reload them all back on as they had moved us to a different hotel; a better one as it turned out. Not the Toplice that I stayed in last time but it does have a great view of the lake. We ate a delicious buffet dinner here. Tomorrow - salt mines and Salzburg. Can't ...
We went to Sakes friend's house, Ernst is in a wheelchair after a bad accident many years ago but he is cared for by his wife Gaby. Ernst is trying to make a new prototype long wheelchair to sell and he let us play on it. It moves by remote control from the ...
We joined Jure at his work and even though it was cold we went into the lake and down the waterslide. After we said goodbye we drove back to Austria many km's. In the evening we met our friend Sake in Kärnten who was playing some musk at his friend’s birthday party. Sake used to play music on Koh Chang and is very good. He plays the blues. Had dinner and ...
We made an advertisement for school work about sonic screwdrivers. Walked around Bled Lake 6 km. It was very beautiful. After our walk we went to visit Jure at his work at the lake where he lifeguards and watched the boats rowing out to the church on the mall island in the middle of the lake. Dad cooked some good cous cous and meatballs and we talked a lot in the ...
... our legs and had lunch. Yes you are correct, Hofer doesn’t have restaurants, and we ate in the car park.
Despite only having the coordinates, and despite my scepticism, Snoop put us right on the doorstep of our next campsite. Nestled in the Slovenian Alps, Mojstrana is a perfect base camp for climbing and hiking. At Camping Kamne (46.46453, 13.95787) Tracey checked us in and ...