Gasthof Falkenstein Metzgerei Schwaiger
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... would give us super weird looks. Apparently she's never seen the hashtag sign. The view from our balcony is out of this world. I heard knocking at one part and two of the four of us were in the room so I thought the other two were outside the door. I opened the door and there was a dog. A decent size brown lassie dog. He wondered in our room and let us pet him. Where did this dog come ...
... Austria and we had thought it would be enjoyable to drive. That was months ago during holiday planning before we hired a van and drove on the "wrong" side of the road!!!! Anyway Plan B was to drive to Eagles Nest, Hitlers hideaway, in the Alps. If it was still awful weather we'd just find a nice place to have lunch and head home again. It was still awful weather and visibility was down to a few metres as we ...
... the end and we managed to check in with no problems to our tiny room in the Disneylandesque street of Romerhofgasse. The highlight of a visit to Kufstein is the Fortress. It towers over the city high above and we are only a short walk from the panorama cable car that delivers you to the top. There is a maze of towers, bastions, batteries, chambers and passages, many of which have historical displays. Most had descriptions in ...
... for doing it in two hops. However, the lunch was excellent Tyrolean mountain fare in a spotless restaurant - and not another soul to bother us. Back at Westendorf we hopped off the bus in the village as, finally, the shops here are open. Alas, not a single one is going to dispense an ice cream for Keith, so he will have to make-do with another slice of Austrian cake. ...
Another washing day, as it's Sunday, everything's closed, and the weather remains dry, if dull. We are yet to see the top of an Austrian alp. €7 does the trick (washing not cloud lifting), but even then only after a hectic session with Google translate to operate the various machines, including the one that sucks in coins. After a lazy morning - for me at least, Sandra has redone the Autumn cleaning - ...