Chalet Hotel Senger
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Which I did in the first week. Some via Facebook may have heard about Dubrovnik but I have now time to tell about how wonderful it was. A long flight , adjusted to heat, had a day with two others before the large group arrived from Turkey. Our hotel was within walking distance to the old city and highlights were walking the city walls and a day trip to three islands. Selecting somewhere to eat each night was of great interest Then we went ...
Well the hot weather seems to behind us and we walked in light rain yesterday and today , Not cold but not pleasant once gear gets wet. Yesterday was a bit exciting as we used cable cars to get to Kitzsteinhorn, the highest accessible spot in Austria, the altitude got to me a bit, then once down, did a walk up a canyon on wooden stairway , then around a lake before staggering back to ...
... bit too much cloud unfortunately but glimpses occasionally. The driving is a bit hairy - roads are so narrow and windy and everyone drives pretty quickly! We saw some marmots! On the way back the kids and Nick walked up a snowy slope and tobogganed down use Nick as the toboggan! Needless to say there were some very wet and cold bottoms! That evening we had dinner in the restaurant, kids were impressed with the spaghetti ...
... across the mountains to check into our hotel by 5:30. The rest of the day we drove the Grossglockner High Alpine Road. It was only 33 miles across the mountains to get to our hotel, but with all the stops to take in the scenery it took most of the afternoon. About halfway across the clouds started to move in, and obscured the summits of most of the mountains. That was a little disappointing, but we still had waterfalls, and ...
... stages – perhaps the one that gives you the option of crossing Europe's longest suspension bridge.
The Zirbenweg (Swiss Pine Path) is a rather more sedate option for those that like to enjoy their alpine scenery without too much strenuous effort. This is a perfect short day hike if you are staying in Innsbruck. Begin in the village of Igls from where you can take the Patscherkofel ...