Superior Hotel Kesselspitze
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... does not work. We were depending on this for communication with friends and for bookings so we have decided to leave earlier and will move to Salzburg next Tuesday for 4 nights and then to Budapest for extra two days before the Danube cruise on the 19th. Yesterday we caught the bus to Spittall en Der Drau where we had some shopping success. Mary bought boots and we both bought winter coats so we are ready for the snow. The weather has been much worse in other ...
... looking rural villages and farmlands. At several points it was barely paved and shrank down to a single lane for both directions as it snaked through the countryside and eventually the woods. Clearly it was a popular motorcycle trip being there were a disproportionate amount of riders out taking its curves. Eventually it lead us to a lake cut out of the side of a mountain and eventually a tunnel through that mountain ...
... and the Weisses Rössl hotel. Followed the advice of our hotelier and caught the ferry to the other end of the lake at Strobl, it was such a lovely day to be on the water. From there we walked to the supermarket to stock up for tomorrow's hike before heading up the valley to our guesthouse. Another lovely big Austrian style building set in the hills among a wildlife park. Rather smelly from all the animals close to the building. They had separated out ...
... amp; Herzegovina. Not an enormously innovative route by the standards of many, but still something new for us and a chance to share our experiences with others.
Along the way we will take a few photos and see what we can see to tell you all about. Hope you enjoy the trip with us!
To set the scene, we have included a few photos from last year's trip.
... What was cool about the hike was all of the various nationalities who were walking either down to 5 Fingers or back from 5 Fingers. (And by the way, we were not looking forward to the hike back... Yowza …. all up hill for 20 minutes in this really thin air.) Anyway, about the nationalities. We ran into Japanese, Czechs, Poles, Brits, Chinese, and Austrians. I am sure there were more, but those were the folks we helped with pictures.
Anyway, we reached 5 Fingers and ...