Hunguest Hotel Heiligenblut
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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Not very exciting for the non-golfers but today we went to the lovely nearby village of Goldegg to play golf. The weather was perfect and the course was just beautiful. If you're not a golfer just enjoy the pictures. It was also completely quiet, except for the sound of one cow bell in the next field.
After golf we ...
... interesting things and to catch your breath. It is impressive and just giant. The whole cave complex is a massive 42km, we walked just 1km but it is 0C now and -5C in the winter and pitch black. I saw a bit less than I would have liked as I was concentrating on the slippery steps. On the way down I had more time to look about but the light level is low so you can't see the whole place all at once. By the time we got to the exit, an hour and half later, we were both cold, ...
We left Castelrotto in cloud and mist but decided to cut across country and through the mountains to Austria rather than go on the autobahn. It was great shame it was so cloudy. On a sunny day it would have been a jaw dropping drive. As it was it was amazing with mountains covered with snow and great views. Since it was drizzling and hovering above zero we did not ...
... off - the first time for a couple of weeks. I even had to hunt for my sunglasses, a treat indeed. Driven indoors when the sun set, we had a light evening meal. Well not too light, for me at least, after another dose of cake. No piccies today. We've seen dozens of creative scenes constructed with straw, mostly people and animals, all at the roadside so not easy to photograph while on the move. Mileage: ...
... was also an old hut that the workers that built the road had lived in and a memorial to those that had died during the construction. The tunnel at the top had icicles in it from water that had been dripping. At 5.00 pm it was 1.5C.
We stayed the night just at the bottom of the road in a car park as it was starting to get dark.