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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel City Villach
Travel Blogs from Villach
... hikers along the narrow winding road. Bonnie was the navigator looking through the guidebook to determine where we should stop. We stopped at several suspension bridges over the river (some scarier than others), a Russian Orthodox chapel (in memory of the POWs who built the road & died in an avalanche), and lots of awesome views of the river valley and ...
Today we picked up a rental car and headed for the mountains! As with many rentals, we got something bigger than we reserved because that was what they had...it's not too big though, and so far it has treated us well. Grant is getting back into the hang of driving a stick shift and Bonnie is navigating us through the mountain roads. The scenery today was just beautiful. So much green! We saw tons of paragliders and a few hang gliders ...
... the Austrian Alpine region and the route we decided on involved a lot of highway running, boring but necessary to cover larger distances. Fortunately we rode the majority of the trip once again through the Alps and the scenery never failed to amaze Marg and I. The Austrians showed off their engineering ability with an unbelievable road network including tunnels longer than 5km bored directly through some of the mountains, an amazing building ...
... and on our merry way. Our driver, drove quickly, except when he needed to brake suddenly to go over a speed bump, or wave to a friend in another vehicle. He did not say much, but we did arrive at the assembly point safely despite some scares.
Here we were provided wet suits, life preservers and helmets. Sam and Blake got an additional layer of a bright orange shirt for visibility. Then we played some games to make sure ...
... to be printed and then were stuck behind the meandering sea of *******s for most of our visit. Nevertheless, the castle itself was seriously impressive and we enjoyed visiting the silversmith, printworks and wine cellar. The tour groups on the other hand were instead outside on the ramparts, perilously close to the vertical drop down the cliff face, merrily, as you guessed it, taking selfies.
We couldn’t help but secretly wish one of them might fall ...