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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... was hotter still and we cycled for a couple of hours in the morning around the quiet cycle lanes linking pretty little villages. It was too hot to do anything in the afternoon,
we couldn’t even muster any energy to revisit the Schlosssee.
Thursday was a cultural day. We cycled the short distance to Salem Monastery and Palace. A series of beautiful buildings are set in impressive grounds with formal knot gardens, fountains and two small mazes. We elected ...
It was with much sadness that we had to leave Faschina today. Packing, breakfast, and paying bills was just depressing. A sunny morning, we would have rather been staying and going for another lovely walk. But they say all good things must come to an end, so sad as it was we packed the bags into the minivans, and headed off towards Feldkirch. There was one more place to visit however, a local monastery. The ...
... hotel - not a long hike but very pleasant. With rain just starting to fall when we got back, we decided not to go to the high ropes course that was on offer for the afternoon (it got rained out anyway). Later in the afternoon Bob did get a chance to go and visit the Biomass Water Heating facility that heated all the water for 21 properties in the valley. It was a 1 megawatt unit that used wood chips made of waste timber in the valley at a cost of 30 euros ...
... 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 ...
... for lunch. Patrick wasn't sure if the owners would be there, so some people had brought lunch, but those of us who hadn't were in for a treat, feasting on a traditional platter of rye bread, cheese, sausage and bacon. It was delicious, having been made in the hut which was built in the 1600's and had very few modern conveniences (Patrick and Anja even had to help cut it all up). We sat in the sun at a rickety table outside, with the view of the valley. It ...