Grand Hotel Lienz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... shrug - that is my sign of… “I don’t speak your language” I think it was a bit more urgent considering she was all naked and everything. She smiled and headed off to some room to the left.
I quickly scanned the area. Behind and beside me were lockers with robes and swimsuits hanging on them. A lot of swimsuits and a lot of robes…which meant a lot of naked people in this place!
Just in front of me were two steps leading up to ...
... no less, by concentration camp victims in the second world war) and out the other side we chanced upon a duty free store (fags and alcohol are stupidly cheap here) where we could purchase a monthly Slovenian vignette for 30 euro and breathe a sigh of relief at not having to worry about being stopped by the cops and fined more than is humanly reasonable.
Overjoyed, we had a coffee and a **** to celebrate. Then it was off down the mountain to Bled, armed ...
... we are. My only quibble is those ski slopes...with trees cut down creating scars for human playgrounds. Returning back into Austria (we didn't do any detours, look at a map, this is just the shape of the borders) we came back into ski Sunday scarred territory but it almost seems churlish to make the point because the rest of the scenery is so immaculately kept, so beautiful, so dramatic. And so welcoming too. Tomorrow we head into the (can it possibly be?) even more gorgeous Slovenia. Can't ...
... lining the road scooted by quickly, the valley floor grew closer as the track twisted downwards over streams and ravines, a furtile green valley began to open up ahead.
We continued cycing along valley floors always staring upwards at the denuded granite Alps, some still wearing ice. We reached Zell am See, a small alpine town on an inland lake, the equivalent of Queenstown in that it's popular in both ...
Today was one of the best days hiking I have ever experienced. It was the four hour Tre Cime de Lavaredo Circuit just under an hour out of Cortina. I was told it was one of the most popular treks in Italy and being a Sunday there were hundreds of others out testing their legs. At times seeing so many from a distance on the tracks reminded me of ...