Hotel Schloss Leonstain
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Travel Blogs from Portschach am Worther See
... and hand wash everything in the sink. Not the most relaxing day, but clean clothes are nice! While the drive today was absolutely breathtaking, it was nerve-racking as well. Between that and the laundry ordeal, we enjoyed relaxing the rest of the day, trying to unwind. Tomorrow we will get out & explore a bit more. And hopefully the weekend tourists will have gone ...
... at Triumph Motorad Villach should they need their bike serviced or repaired. Friday and the bike has been finished. Nice new tires and fully serviced with no problems. Martin collected me from the hotel whilst Marg went to her hair appointment. At the triumph dealer they joked how only one rich Australian a year was all that was needed to keep the dealership going and ran off to prepare the bill. I needn't have worried as the bill was on par with ...
... and on our merry way. Our driver, drove quickly, except when he needed to brake suddenly to go over a speed bump, or wave to a friend in another vehicle. He did not say much, but we did arrive at the assembly point safely despite some scares.
Here we were provided wet suits, life preservers and helmets. Sam and Blake got an additional layer of a bright orange shirt for visibility. Then we played some games to make sure ...
... a mountain tunnel for 45 minutes. 10 Euros is all it costs. We worry about the safety of the car as it all looks pretty rickety but the promo picture has a couple of happy Porsches. We have no idea but anticipate playing cards in the buffet cart on the journey. No way, we drive straight on, the park brake is our anchor and off we go. No bumpers or packing. Straight in to a tunnel and into complete darkness. Luckily the intelligent ...
... can imagine my amazement when we walked through a scattering of outside tables of an alpine restaurant to a spacious cage where there it was, a huge, brown bear, all teeth and claws and leaping up on its hind legs to greet us. I had never even see a brown bear before and was absolutely awestruck. Despite its roomy surroundings, I couldn’t help feel that it was cruel to have such a magnificent creature effectively behind bars and didn’t want to take photos. It was certainly ...