Hotel Seerose Lindau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Lindau
... 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 ...
... a large swimming lake about a kilometre from the
campsite, and found some shade to relax in. A sign told us the water temperature was 23 degrees, very pleasant. The lake is fantastic with enough space for the hoards that were taking advantage of the weather. It has a huge wooden pirate ship for the kids to jump off and pontoons moored mid lake. It is clearly somewhere to bring the kids after school (just about the time we turned up!). What a great place.
... Bob got through all of his, but I got a "doggy bag", and finished mine for afternoon tea. Delicious! It was then time for sad goodbyes to our new friends, David and Jenny, Linda and Ian, Yvonne and Renata, Jean and Guy, Lynne and Jo, and of course Patrick and Maree and Anja. Jim and Ann, like us were staying in Feldkirch tonight, and both Patrick and Anja took us back to Hotel Barens, so we got to say a ...
Patrick promised something special for our last day, and as usual, he didn't disappoint. With rain predicted for the early afternoon, Patrick was keen to get on the mountain early. Today we were to walk the ridge above Faschina, challenging because it such a narrow path with steep drops over the sides. We had the choice of catching the chairlift to the start of the ridge, or walking up - a step climb of about 45 minutes. We chose the chair lift as we thought ...
... to the minivans it was just a short drive back to Faschina, and after a warm day a few of us decided to cool down in the outdoor pool. At 23.5 degrees it was a tad chilly, but refreshing after a long hike. It was our first opportunity for a swim, and with such a spectacular backdrop, worth the initial shock. Dinner was up to the standard we had come to expect, and after a short group meeting it was time to retire for the ...