Hotel Schloss Leonstain
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Schloss Leonstain Portschach am Worther See
Travel Blogs from Portschach am Worther See
... Although the wasps decided to attack again, much to Tabbi and Naomi's horror, every now and then we would open our eyes to see them jumping around swatting wildly at the terrifying beasts. Katie was more efficient and brutal, stamping very directly on one without mercy. Came back for tea. Anna, Tabbi, Naomi and Ellie are leaving 11pm to get a night train tonight, not envious of them, and then heading home. None of us had a very appealing tea- we had noodles with 1 cup of ...
... not the pizza.
We are staying at our nice quiet campsite for a second night. Wasps aside, and Europe does seem full of them, many drowning in my wine, it's a beautiful peaceful place. Right now we are sitting in our shaded area drinking Macedonian wine. £1.40 a litre (yes a litre). No wonder it kills the wasps. The campsite owner is a funny bloke who sits here from 4-9pm drinking with his mates. Today's mates have just turned up and without casting too many ...
... for petrol, groceries and lunch in there so not to bad a day. We are camped by a lake by Villach in the South West of Austria. Its only a one night stop before we head to Croatia tomorrow. Yes Austria is beautiful to drive through and I wish we had more time to explore all these lovely places. Maybe next year? Still pleasant temperatures. Hot in the day but not scorching and cool at night so you can ...
... were those of Tabbi and Lucy. Tabbi's mental but very facial preparations before she threw herself into the rock pools were hilarious and Lucy was just generally funny. Her upper body muscles slightly failed her on one of the obstacles- a hang and then a drop. She missed the hang and moved straight to the drop. She survived which meant we could all laugh. The scariest thing on the course was one of the slides, which as we were sliding round a corner we ...
Splashed out on a taxi this morning to the train station (actually cheaper than the tram). Got a taxi partly because Emma was too scared of the tram after a close call yesterday where she almost got trapped alone on the tram. Picture her running up the tram banging on the windows, shouting 'can you stop please' with a tram-full of amused locals and us outside laughing more than we were trying to help. It was great because it meant we could get up an ...