Hunguest Hotel Heiligenblut
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... in Europe felt the same way, as there were probably more than at IOM TT. We found a glacier by taking a wrong turn, but not as spectacular as the ones in NZ. The most beautiful bells chimed out in unison all around us on Sunday morning at our hotel - perfect. We had lunch in a gorgeous little village called Heiligenblut, that overlooked a beautiful valley.
We will have very special memories of this area forever ...
... moved us from the main dining room to a smaller private dining room as apparently the 12 of us were just too noisy for romantic couples the night before. It was a lovely room and we could be as noisy as we liked, which was only talking anyway. Yesterday I though I would get a haircut so I went to the hairdresser early but they were totally booked for the day so I stay fluffy-headed. I also tried get my eyelashes tinted in the ...
... I got thoroughly wet, even with a little warning I didn't see the point in putting wet weather gear on as I figured I would be getting wet doing it. So fully wet and bloody cold I struggled north at pretty high speed looking for the turn to go west into the mountains. Well I blame the rain, and more likely through exhaustion and tiredness, before I knew it I had overshot the turnoff by 25kms !! Things go decidedly worse In came face to face with the most unpleasant Austrian ...
... above the valley. The others went on about 200m to the Steiner Alm for apple strudel and to find a nice spot to eat their lunch. Four people continued a bit further past the Alm to view a waterfall. Meanwhile, Ron, Jan and myself decided to take a National Park walking track cross-country instead of going back down the road. This path was very steep but was much more beautiful and not as long as the switchback road. We followed ...
... would expect to see in a James Bond movie or a commercial for a new car. Consequently there were more than an average number of luxury sports cars driving the road. I imagine that young men would even hire something like a Porsche to drive this road. We all agreed that both our drivers did a very good job concentrating on this exciting road. After this great experience in the National Park we moved down into the valley and on to Matrei which is a small town in the Tyrol ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed