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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... across the mountains to check into our hotel by 5:30. The rest of the day we drove the Grossglockner High Alpine Road. It was only 33 miles across the mountains to get to our hotel, but with all the stops to take in the scenery it took most of the afternoon. About halfway across the clouds started to move in, and obscured the summits of most of the mountains. That was a little disappointing, but we still had waterfalls, and ...
... This 80 mile route usually takes relatively experienced walkers around six to eight days, depending on their fitness level and ability – but there is no need to rush. You can relax and enjoy the scenery, with mountain vistas, picturesque castles, villages and historic towns all inviting you to slow your pace and linger here. If the whole thing seems like a bit too much of a challenge, why not try one ...
... oars or electric motors. We spend 2 nights here and enjoy fabulous food, including a dinner where Adam orders the Wild Boar Goulash with Dumplings. I go for the safety of the daily menu, which includes soup, vegetable strudel and blueberry cake. Delicious and nutritious, I look at horror at Adam’s dumpling as they look like they are filled with the insides of the poor wild boar. I ask the waitress if it contains offal, she confirms that is only bread and the liver was in ...
... waters during spring time and completely freezes over in winter. Some years it's possible to walk from shore to shore across its frozen mass. Our trip from Salzburg was short at only 1.5 hours so we arrived in the early afternoon after a decent sleep in. We found our hotel easily and noticed a lot of building and road construction going on. This was due it being to down season after winter and before summer. The summer season officially began on our second day with ...
... us with some bubbly and lots of hugs.
We came in April 15 after a 6 hour drive and showered, ate and then slept. The next couple of days are always spent the same way - unpacking, doing laundry, grocery shopping, all those things we must do just to get to the point where we can relax. The mountain air is so fresh and clean. All shopping must be done by Saturday - everything except churches and restaurants close on Sunday - but we spent a ...