Flairhotel am Woerthersee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Flairhotel am Woerthersee Velden
Travel Blogs from Velden
... and hand wash everything in the sink. Not the most relaxing day, but clean clothes are nice! While the drive today was absolutely breathtaking, it was nerve-racking as well. Between that and the laundry ordeal, we enjoyed relaxing the rest of the day, trying to unwind. Tomorrow we will get out & explore a bit more. And hopefully the weekend tourists will have gone ...
... easily on foot so we will strap on the walking shoes and attempt to stay in the shade while we explore. The following day Marg is booked into the towns major hairdresser where it appears most if not all of the staff speak no English at all so I think she is quietly a little nervous about the outcome but I have assured her the rainbow coloured crew cut will grow out before we return to Australia. I am not sure Marg is convinced. A quick call ...
... the waters of the lake. From its walls we could look out onto the surrounding valley and mountain peaks. We enjoyed the views, the museum and the people watching. Blake worked with the local 'monk' to bottle some wine, including filling the bottle, adding the cork, dipping the neck into beeswax and signing off on the certificate of authenticity. We had a few drinks and some ice cream at the castle cafe before heading back down the ...
... we were going to do we decided that we were not going to waste the day so we embraced the rain and headed out towards to lake. We stopped at a cosy, little cafe for lunch and to dry out from being in the downpour for a whole 2 minutes! By the time we'd finished our food the rain had eased off slightly, which we were grateful for, so we ventured on to the lake which was still as beautiful in the miserable weather. After a brisk walk along the ...
... can imagine my amazement when we walked through a scattering of outside tables of an alpine restaurant to a spacious cage where there it was, a huge, brown bear, all teeth and claws and leaping up on its hind legs to greet us. I had never even see a brown bear before and was absolutely awestruck. Despite its roomy surroundings, I couldn’t help feel that it was cruel to have such a magnificent creature effectively behind bars and didn’t want to take photos. It was certainly ...