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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Landeck
... It was truly a great day to be a motorcyclist.
Around 18.00, I reached my hotel, which is situated about 3 km above the town of Telfs. The hotel is perfect and the views from the room and the restaurant terrace were exceptional. I walked a bit after dinner and met the farmer who lives next to the hotel. He initially spoke to me in his normal dialect, which I understood almost nothing, and once we were able to switch ...
... And there were benches in the middle of no where. Plus there were two huge lakes that had tadpoles in them, and we held a frog. I hope if you ever go to Austria you do the same thing as we did. Good night, or goodbye, or auf wiedersehen.
Sadie - A horse was crossing the road and came so close to my window I could have petted it. I maked it to the high hut, I was almost at the snow but I couldn't do it. I climbed a waterfall. It was a ...
... bridge, but he is scared of heights, and explained that it's the longest suspension footbridge in the world. It was really cool because you could look through the bridge to see below and as you walked over it swayed as if you were drunk, so yes i was fine, and walked the straight line.
He also said go see the Lake Plansee, now it was a hot day and this was the perfect place to be, if you had swim shorts. It's a beautiful lake, with odd coloured water, ...
... Benz factory tour in Sindelfingen, which is right outside of Stuttgart. Once we arrived at Sindelfingen, we watched a video clip on the factory, and then were chartered in a big Mercedes-Benz bus to the first part of the factory, which included dozens upon dozens of robots working together very closely. It was amazing how few humans they had working there! We all had to wear safety glasses and each had a earpiece which hooked into a microphone system our tour guide was wearing. It ...
... the Baroque Basilica at Ettal with its elaborate craftsmanship and ornate detail typical of the mid-1700s. It was a full, but warm, day of touring.
The following day, Dave & Janet rode up to the Pitztaler Joch to see the Pitztaler glacier, the tallest in Tyrol, Austria. They stopped along the way to check out another of the larger monasteries, Stift Stams. It was a delightful one hour ride from there, south from Imst along the churning waters of ...