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Travel Blogs from Zell im Zillertal
... the train station. Train 1 took us from Venice to Venora about 1hr. Train 2 took us from Venora (Italy) to Innsbruck (Austria) about 2 1/2 hrs. Arrived at beautiful hotel and Cameron is watching kids cartoons in German. It doesn't appear to matter that he can't understand what they are saying. We are having a quick rest before heading up the mountain on a ski lift. I'll tell you later what it was ...
... rich sounds resonated throughout the building. A moving experience even for me. I discovered however that my fear of crowds in confined spaces is much greater than my fear of heights. I coped with the heights today but being packed into a tiny cable car with 40 others is not something I enjoy. I am sure it is coming from Tassie where you don't need to ever worry about crowds in small places. Other people seem used to it. I am sitting in the ...
... gate that was guarded by a dozen or so cows, all with cowbells around their necks making an enormous racket. They paid us next to no attention as we passed through the gate. Shortly we came up to the first hut, but it was closed. No matter, there were more. The trail then cut into the tree line, giving us some respite from the sun, and we passed an older couple doing the same walk as us. After a steep climb that Jess thoroughly enjoyed, we came up to the second ...
... was starting to have its effect, but I'm pretty sure I've lost weight - so maybe I'm just getting old! At the top of the waterfall was a vividly green, quickly flowing river feeding the fall, a path that continued for another couple of hours before you get to the waterfall source - a glacier (I think maybe that's why the river is so green?) - and a sign indicating that it was 30 minutes back to the village. I headed back, and not surprisingly made good time. On the way back down ...
... place that was closed yesterday, we passed a place called Vittoria that had spaghetti carbonara for 8.5 Euro. Not that the 50 Euro cents is anything particularly remarkable, but the fact that it had just won the carbonara test as a late entrant meant it warranted further attention. The more we looked, the more we liked the look of it. The blackboard on display noted that there was no cover charge and no service fee - so it was now winning the carbonara test by a couple of ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking