Chalet Hotel Senger
Travel Blogs from Heiligenblut
... in Europe felt the same way, as there were probably more than at IOM TT. We found a glacier by taking a wrong turn, but not as spectacular as the ones in NZ. The most beautiful bells chimed out in unison all around us on Sunday morning at our hotel - perfect. We had lunch in a gorgeous little village called Heiligenblut, that overlooked a beautiful valley.
We will have very special memories of this area forever ...
... a Sunday. After arriving back in Matrei I went for a walk around the town and visited the church which I thought was magnificent. Tonight at dinner there were two unusual things to remember - the roast lamb was accompanied by a tart cranberry sauce that worked really well and the chocolate mousse, spiced with rum, had a garnish of a fresh mint leaf coated in dark chocolate, delicious! A correction from yesterday: Hutte us pronounced ...
... she responds to the challenge, again he heat is stifling so I have to take lots of breaks.then the clouds darkened and quite suddenly appeared as the hills grew into mountains and the valley sides deepened dramatically. Until lightening and thunder rolled in oh happy days! some rain to ease the pain of the heat. Great drove through the first heavy shower singing my little heart out with great full appreciation, fortunately no one could hear me. But after the shower I was dry in ...
Today is a balcony walk but it is a day where we will have to keep an eye on the weather, something we have not had to do for the past five weeks. I went to the local deli and had a nice bread roll made up for a picnic lunch. The vehicles were to take us up 1,000m to the track head high above the village of Glanz, however the gate at the start of the dirt road was heavily locked so we had to leave the vehicles and walk 3km up a ...
... moved in as it often does in the alps and it became quite cool and started to rain but it soon cleared up again. The views of the Hohe Tauern Alps in the Hohe Tauern National Park, including the two highest peaks in Austria - Grossglockner (3797m) and Grossvenediger (3674m) were wonderful. No wonder both these mountains are called "Gross..." After lunch we moved on to the Pasterze Glacier and a closer view of Grossglockner and again the cloudy and wet weather moved in ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed