Chalet Hotel Senger
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Not very exciting for the non-golfers but today we went to the lovely nearby village of Goldegg to play golf. The weather was perfect and the course was just beautiful. If you're not a golfer just enjoy the pictures. It was also completely quiet, except for the sound of one cow bell in the next field.
After golf we ...
The ice cave is breath taking in more than one sense!
Despite the gloomy forecast the day improved as we set off to the ice cave and by the time we got there it was a lovely sunny day. Driving up to the ice caves the castle was in full view which we decided to go and see later.
We knew to take warm clothes but the information about the cave was economical with the truth. It was steep walk up from the car park to the ticket office and then a good 25 ...
... in Zell Am-See. It's a pretty town on the edge of large lake. We have been here before in 2004 on a skiing holiday at Xmas.I can't remember a huge amount, apart from enjoying the skiing, but I'm sure it's changed dramatically. We are staying in a very nice apartment for a few days, all mod-cons and close to the centre. Went for a walk tonight and took some nice shots ...
... We're up and sorted remarkably early, at 10:30, as most of the chores were done last night. Having been disconnected from the electricity and paid our dues to the little hotel elf (€23 per day) we're free to depart. St Johann is just up, or probably down, the valley so it's a short and easy run. Arriving in the campsite we were "welcomed" by a rather large lady who twice ignored my request ...
We crossed the border from Slovenia into Austria with no formalities, just a wave through. The little alpine villages and steep mountains of Austria were just like postcards. The Grossglockner Road is one of the famous alpine roads. It's 48 kilometres of winding road climbing to 2571 metres above sea level before descending down the other ...