Hotel Stadt Kufstein
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... would give us super weird looks. Apparently she's never seen the hashtag sign. The view from our balcony is out of this world. I heard knocking at one part and two of the four of us were in the room so I thought the other two were outside the door. I opened the door and there was a dog. A decent size brown lassie dog. He wondered in our room and let us pet him. Where did this dog come ...
... Austria and we had thought it would be enjoyable to drive. That was months ago during holiday planning before we hired a van and drove on the "wrong" side of the road!!!! Anyway Plan B was to drive to Eagles Nest, Hitlers hideaway, in the Alps. If it was still awful weather we'd just find a nice place to have lunch and head home again. It was still awful weather and visibility was down to a few metres as we ...
... into the bar/restaurant for afternoon drinkies and booked a table for dinner tonight. The restaurant is very rustic with wooden beams with creaky floors and little nooks and crannies everywhere. We have just returned from dinner at the hotel restaurant which is very well known locally for its fine food. As our good friend Lorraine would say, "I don't feel well!!" I had schnitzel which came with potato salad, Andrew had spare ...
... through the villages to Kitzbuhel. The town centre is smaller than anticipated and what there is consists of expensive designer-clothes shops, jewellers, and restaurants. After a coffee/chocolate and a slice of cake we decide to bail out and catch the next bus back, stopping off at Kirchberg for luncheon. The fare back via Kirchberg comes to nearly €13 so that's a ...
... as "his" and "her" choices leading to extra dishes for Sandra to prepare and Keith to wash. Today's modest highlight was seeing a huge line of geese (we guess) way up on the hillside, plodding one-by-one towards some unseen reward. Kitzbuhel tomorrow - by bus, hopefully. Fortunately, I omitted to bring my skis otherwise we would have to get off the bus at the Hahnenkamm bus stop. Franz Klammer, here we ...