Hunguest Hotel Heiligenblut
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- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... then shuffled us to another. We totally overlooked the fact that entire week surrounded in this spa resort was going to be in German - and we don’t speak German! Judging from the license plates in the parking area, most of the people were from Germany, some from Austria and then a smattering from Switzerland and Netherlands…all of which were fluent in German. Us, not so much!
The staff was fluent in English and they made us feel welcome and it ended up ...
... 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 ...
... get, I guess, from a rich country that doesn't have to rely on taxes. The Brenner pass is a huge elongated concrete skyway..which we avoided because we didn't want to pay the toll. All this meant was we drove underneath it through amazing steep-sided valleys until we ended up in Brenner itself, a sign on the side of a shop perfunctorily announcing we were in Italy - and that was the only way we knew. Little changed. The whole area through the Dolomites is a weird conjunction of ...
The train ride from Vienna was breathtaking as we traveled through a gorgeous valley surrounded by striking mountains. Zell Am See is a beautiful town on a lake in the valley. We were so happy to see such gorgeous mountains and get out of the city even for just a day. We spent our entire time in awe of Mother ...
Today we had a break in the weather and decided to explore the mountain nearest to us, we caught the chairlift up to the highest peak and walked back...Frank met us at middle station where we stopped for coffee as after his knee surgery he can't walk down the mountain, the descent took us 3 hours to complete and very sore muscles the next day. Although at the very top of the ...