Wellness Hotel Chasa Montana
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- Swimming pool
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... where we met the guy from our original round, the cheery bus driver. We travelled back to the campsite and within 40 seconds of disembarking, I realised we had no camera. I'd had it last, taking pix on the bus and had obviously just set it down on the seat..... Drama!! So I went straight to reception to ask for help and (cut a long story short) the lovely older lady called tourist info who then called the bus company. The plan was to wait an hour and a half ...
We were woken at half 4 by rain and thunder so we brought Prego in. We dropped back off to sleep before being awoken again at 6ish by another storm. It's hard to believe it didn't actually soak the van, considering the noise! A lazy morning, after interrupted sleep, in cloud-enveloped mountainss, so a quick shower and cuppas before attempt number 2 at ...
Up early, woken by a young blackbird who'd stumbled onto the dashboard then the footwell! Jon helped him out with my hat and he flew away unscathed. A lazy breakfast and showers then up to the bus stop for a wander around St Anton am Arlberg, 6km away. We waited at the stifling bus stop in the lay by as they were re-tarmaccing the pavement (!) and when the bus came, the driver wouldn't let us on as Prego didn't have a muzzle. We've spent ...
... North West to Langenfeld and then on to Imst. The Austrian countryside is like riding through a post card and you need you head on a swivel to keep up with all the sights you pass by. The Austrian's pay great attention to presentation with decorated houses surrounded by well manicured cottage gardens. Heading West we traversed Hahntennjoch Pass, 1894 meters. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hahnten njoch Once again this pass was ...
... each time! Then the scenery slowly started to shift (be prepared for lots of mountain shots which are probably v boring for you but ace for us.) Austria at first glance is stunning! All was going very smoothly until we discovered that part of the Arlberg tunnel was closed. So instead of going through one of the mountains (as all normal people would), we had to go round and over it. Ho-ly Shiiiit!! A prouder wife there never was; Jon drove brilliantly. I think anyone ...