Natur und Wellnesshotel Hoeflehner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I haven't posted in a few days because not that much has happened to write about. On Friday we were going to go skiing but we needed to do some laundry first since places close on weekends. So we headed into Salzburg and found a laundrette which was surprisingly nice and modern. We used the 'wash and dry in one' thing and went for a walk around town while it washed. We found a shopping centre and there was a bridge over the river which had an ...
... than we had seen them, great atmosphere. We each payed €2 for a lucky-dip in a swirling wind machine (and grab a piece of paper to reveal your gift), money going to cancer research. We agreed Riley was the big winner. That was our Christmas gift, done! We strolled home a long way round to see a little more of the town, arriving back at the hotel around 6. Last night in Salzburg. Merry Christmas for the final time ...
... the length of time we spent there or that lunch had somehow been delayed and became dinner. The snow showers became heavier throughout the day so that a walk around the village after dinner with snow falling was another highlight. The morning of Boxing Day was spent packing and watching the locals plough snow and clear the roads after a reasonable snow fall overnight. This made it even more difficult for us to leave this fantastic place. Around 9.30am, we left for Venice, and ...
... learnt to make pizza shapes (snow plow) but it was all in German. Alex loved it but Samantha was a little hesitant. We then ventured over to Alpendorf to ski as there was not enough snow at Werfenweg. We had a couple of small runs and Alex demonstrated that he had little control. We then had a lovely home cooked meal. Today, we went back to Alpendorf to ski again. The others ventured into Salzburg. We organised a lesson for Alex ...
... to see, but it would be truly impressive in the spring and early summer with the snow melt or after heavy rain. From there we walked the trail along the Koppental Valley that is called "The path through the wilderness". It is pretty level and just lovely with towering cliffs on both sides, plenty of autumn leaves and of course the river alongside. Even went through a little tunnel that we figured was an old rail tunnel. Came across a tiny chapel that seemed to be a memorial ...