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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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... through the park, we made it to Lake Bled. Bled is a resort town that is touristy, yet tranquil & gorgeous! Our first order of business was laundry. Of course, now we find out that laundromats are few & far between in this country. So, rather than spend more than $100 to have the hotel to do (priced by the piece, not the load!), we decided to find ...
A big day was planned as I had located a Triumph dealer in the town of Villach which was some 370 plus kms from Innsbruck. The bike needed servicing and the rear Tyre was looking a bit second hand. Marg needed her hair serviced as well so we set off straight after breakfast with a mindset to make frequent stops to break up the rather long haul. Some of the ride was across flattish countryside as we had to dip back into the bottom of Germany before ...
... our remaining supplies. A smorgasbord of Hungarian sausages, ham and cheese. Then a period of rest for the older boys, since another bus arrived at 3 pm to pick up Sam, Brady and Bryce for a Canyoning adventure. This involves being driven high up into the surrounding mountain park, and then coming down a narrow canyon by jumping into pools of water, sliding down slick stones, and using ropes to drop down more vertical rock faces. Sam was ...
... join all the other punter tourists on the cramped boats, we decided instead to row out to the island from the closest point, in a rowing boat. It was a lovely calm day and our jaunt across the water was simple enough, once Mattijs had got the hang of the whole rowing thing! I had offered but the man who had rented us the thing had insisted the lady be rowed and I was hardly complaining!
Parking up proved a tad of a challenge (we had images of our rowing boat being smashed ...
... after giving myself a pep talk, I knew I should at least try. I would regret it terribly if I didn’t and before I knew it, Mattijs and I were swimming happily around in the sunshine. The water was 23 degrees, something even the lifeguard we got chatting to said was an anomaly at this time of year. In June he said it usually rained, he also said we were incredibly fortunate both for the surprising warmth, and that we had missed the crowded main ...