Chalet Hotel Senger
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... three story spa hotel perched in the mountains. It included all your meals - and I mean fancy ass five course dinners… A spa, pool, resort with a giant, ginormous, huge, insanely large, airline hanger sort of indoor playroom for kids. The playroom had fuse ball tables, a big wheel track, table tennis, roller blading, a trampoline, a rock wall, a theater and tons of other fun stuff to do - all geared towards kids - big and small. There was an outdoor pool, an indoor ...
... motorway. And we had no vignette.
This was where the sat nav was of its last use. It got us to within a few miles of the border, on B roads. Then, not knowing what counted as autobahn and what didn't, we were scarily on our own. For about 20 miles we skirted the border, unable to get in. Then we took a risk, a 400 euro risk, on an A road that we knew, from our map, led into Slovenia.
As it turned out, we were fine, not fined. But before we knew we ...
... today. Straight into Austria (the border was a handful of miles from Fussen) we discovered a stunning country neither of us ever thought we'd visit. I remember seeing it from 30000ft flying to Greece many years ago and it had the wow factor then. Nothing has changed. It's incredible. Mountains everywhere and somehow so neat and tidy, despite the logistics of clearing up on slopes at ridiculous angles. And the lakes, being fed by snow that must come hurling down the ...
The train ride from Vienna was breathtaking as we traveled through a gorgeous valley surrounded by striking mountains. Zell Am See is a beautiful town on a lake in the valley. We were so happy to see such gorgeous mountains and get out of the city even for just a day. We spent our entire time in awe of Mother ...
Today we had a break in the weather and decided to explore the mountain nearest to us, we caught the chairlift up to the highest peak and walked back...Frank met us at middle station where we stopped for coffee as after his knee surgery he can't walk down the mountain, the descent took us 3 hours to complete and very sore muscles the next day. Although at the very top of the ...