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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... already had some experience thanks to the four previous ones. Nothing would have stopped us now. We let ourselves get completly wet under the waterfall which was around twenty meters high. I was really impressed by the water's force on my head. Nature's power at its best.
We finally walked out of the river and went up on a really steep riverbank where the view over the valley was just amazing. We had to walk up back to ...
... the week, I could almost keep pace with my marathon training husband. Alpenrose is a Kinderhotel, which we experienced for the first time last year in Salzburg. It gives all new meaning to the phrase 'family hotel’ because they cater to all ages and have thought of everything. There were changing tables with 5 sizes of nappies in EVERY bathroom (not just women’s). There was a kids dining room that had several tables of different themes, including ...
Picked up the hire car in Munich. Drove in the rain to Neuschwanstein castle. We arrived at 3pm and next available tour was at 5pm. So had a walk around in the rain and decided to give the tour a miss. Drove to our hotel in Klause near Reutte in ...
... borders. It is a very warm day and the walk is 12 km and Grade 3 but it should be OK. Ten of us are going as Ron and Jan, who have both done it before are staying back. Burgeis (Burgusio) was once a Roman Fort and the Via Claudia Augusta was the main road through here and through to the Reschen Oass. The town dates from the 14th century. This area of the South Tyrol was part of the Austro Hungarian Empire until 1919. During ...
... local salmon with potatoes, an impressive dessert and cheese buffet followed for those who still had room, and I forgot to mention the salad bar beforehand. Everything is fresh and local. I mentioned yesterday that this is a working village, and at times smells like one. It is virtually a dairy co-operative, with every home having some cows which are kept in barns beneath the house during winter. Where we are is only a few kilometres from both the Swiss ...