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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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I did a whole lot of research yesterday which counted for nothing today as we completely changed our plans. I was going to take Kerry to some ice caves and the pretty town of Helstatt but it meant a bit of back tracking and we decided to push on towards Croatia. Because I refused to drive on the motorways so we could see more of Austria it took us from 10.15 till 5.15 pm to get to our destination. There was ...
Sleeping well in the comfy bed and air conditioning, and deciding against fighting with the thousands of tourists to go up to the castle, Beaver made the most of the large selection on offer and had a leisurely breakfast at the hotel, then went on to the next stop Villach. The bus to Salzburg station left right outside the hotel and in no time Beaver had managed to get tickets for the train to Villach and the bus from Villach to Venice as that was direct ...
... and it was 9 am. Now I'm more curious about this phenomenon in Austria. Otherwise, simply walking around the Innere Stadt right near my hotel, has been a delight for the senses. I was directed to traditional Carinthian food one evening, which was delightful. Lake fish, mmmm. [Note: I went back there this evening for a second experience, and who should I run into but Marianne McTavish and her husband Tracy from Vancouver. I was just finishing and they were just arriving - but we ...
In the seven years since we arrived here in Austria we have not had a summer holiday. Running a busy biker hotel leaves little time for anything else. Not that we are complaining, It's been a lot of fun in itself. We have had holidays of course but only in our off season. 2015 is a year of big changes for us, with this being our last season here. The hotel has been sold and the new owners are gradually taking over. We are starting to think ...
... whilst bike and Marg get serviced. Villach is a smaller town with about 58,000 residents. It was all but destroyed during the war with 54 air raids conducted as it was seen as a strategic rail and supply route. Subsequently the town is a mixture of very old and new buildings but still retains a lovely cobbled main square where the majority of the people congregate. We were supplied with a map showing most of the towns points of interest which can all ...