Hotel Alte Post
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Alte Post St. Anton am Arlberg
Travel Blogs from St. Anton am Arlberg
... round the corner to the cafe next to Bar 37 (can't remember name) for an afternoon of beers and tasty lunch of bolognaise and Wiener schnitzel. We sat under parasols in the pouring rain, chatting about this n that and then reading Austria's history through the Lonely Planet Guide. What an afternoon! Hard to believe this place is apparently "Ibiza-esque" in ski season according to Lonely Planet!! We called it a day about half 3 and headed back to the ...
We were woken at half 4 by rain and thunder so we brought Prego in. We dropped back off to sleep before being awoken again at 6ish by another storm. It's hard to believe it didn't actually soak the van, considering the noise! A lazy morning, after interrupted sleep, in cloud-enveloped mountainss, so a quick shower and cuppas before attempt number 2 at ...
... with funny looks and nervous passers by and having to explain to people she's not wearing a muzzle with the loop lead we use to keep her from pulling. And when we finally want someone to think it IS a muzzle, er no! So we embarrassedly got back off the bus and walked back to the campsite. The reception were lovely. They said bus drivers aren't usually bothered and implied we must've had an a-hole driver to actually ask us to leave. They ...
Day 27 Another 8am start to travel our 292km to Lech, Austria. We started the day by climbing back over Passo di Gardena, heading West to St. Ulrich. We then used the motorway to head North East passed Brixen then onto Sterzing.before leaving Itally via the 2474 meter, Timmelsjoch Pass. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timmels joch This pass was first planned in 1859 however it was not completed and opened to traffic until 1967. Often called ...
... been slightly twitched at driving with sheer drops beside them on the right (whilst driving on the right of the road but on the right of the vehicle too) but for someone who's not great with heights, it was some bloody achievement. The diversion came at a time when Jon felt the van was losing power (we've since rationalised it was due to driving up a really steep mountain!) and we could hear odd noises from time to time. Add that together with no working ...