Schloss Seefels Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... hikers along the narrow winding road. Bonnie was the navigator looking through the guidebook to determine where we should stop. We stopped at several suspension bridges over the river (some scarier than others), a Russian Orthodox chapel (in memory of the POWs who built the road & died in an avalanche), and lots of awesome views of the river valley and ...
A big day was planned as I had located a Triumph dealer in the town of Villach which was some 370 plus kms from Innsbruck. The bike needed servicing and the rear Tyre was looking a bit second hand. Marg needed her hair serviced as well so we set off straight after breakfast with a mindset to make frequent stops to break up the rather long haul. Some of the ride was across flattish countryside as we had to dip back into the bottom of Germany before ...
... the waters of the lake. From its walls we could look out onto the surrounding valley and mountain peaks. We enjoyed the views, the museum and the people watching. Blake worked with the local 'monk' to bottle some wine, including filling the bottle, adding the cork, dipping the neck into beeswax and signing off on the certificate of authenticity. We had a few drinks and some ice cream at the castle cafe before heading back down the ...
... guide, next minute, I found myself in riding hat and gaiters and sat atop my horse whose name was Geeta. At least I think that's what his name was anyway. A black stallion who was going a wee bit grey around the temples, he had been rather stroppy as I attempted badly to mount him, stomping his hooves and being a bit grumpy. And then, before we knew it, we were off. I had been hopeful for a riding lesson but the only instruction I received was 'pull on the reins if you want him to ...
... after giving myself a pep talk, I knew I should at least try. I would regret it terribly if I didn’t and before I knew it, Mattijs and I were swimming happily around in the sunshine. The water was 23 degrees, something even the lifeguard we got chatting to said was an anomaly at this time of year. In June he said it usually rained, he also said we were incredibly fortunate both for the surprising warmth, and that we had missed the crowded main ...