Hotel Beim Dresch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Babysitting service
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Yay for dietary requirements! We've been fed terrible thick bum sandwiches so I switched to lactose free diet for the rest of the trip. There are two gluten free and two vegetarians on the trip and now I've joined their ranks. What this means is I get salads for lunch instead of horrible sandwiches. We have been fed so much bread on this trip that all of us are just sick of it. And so ...
I'm writing this from somewhere on a German autobahn.......or is it Austria? I have lost all perspective of time and place. But I shall start at the beginning......This morning started off very dreary.....rain and cloud had set in and our plans to 'do' the Grossglockner were in serious doubt. The man at the hotel confirmed our fears and so Plan B was put into motion. The Grossglockner is the highest surfaced alpine ...
... again speed along.....speed limit 130kph and have cars tearing past us. We stopped for a coffee break at a roadside stop where a magnificent buffet meal could have been had if we so desired. Their roadside stops are something to behold. Do travellers plan their breaks around these places??? Back on the road and a huge traffic jam brought us to a standstill. Trucks were banked up for kilometres and when we eventually left ...
... re fully stocked again. The police let us through the checkpoint into Germany without delay - we just got a glimpse of the Syrians, or whoever, awaiting their chance to head out of Austria. Last hurdle was encountered as we approached the vicinity of our planned campsite. Again, road closures caused us to detour, then detour around the detour, while Mr GPS kept steering us to some unseen construction site. ...
... 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 ...