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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I stood and watched...yet another of the most incredible thunderstorms (see Six Months to Live, Pangkor Island, White Heat White Light) we have ever seen. This one was totally different. In Malaysia, the lining was sheet. Here it was forked. And not just forked but forked with stars on, quite literally. For an hour or so we watched from outside the tent, before the heavy rains came as accompaniment. Then we climbed in the tent and watched cosily as the tent lit up, ...
... of the surroundings, I'll make an exception for campsite Magdalene in Rieden, just outside Fussen. And also because, if you are ever visiting this area, it seems Magdalene is the only site that ever has places, or is prepared to squeeze people in. People were still turning up at 7pm last night and fighting over spaces. But it's a view worth fighting for. As the sun sets the (huge) mountains go from grey to pink to white while being reflected in a clear blue lake. It's a sight to ...
... to show that in front of Ellie! Some sections were actually pretty tricky... Graded 3 out of 5 ... Not bad for first timers!! She was very glad we had gone with a guide and we hadn't tried to attempt it alone. The view at the top was great and we enjoyed a hot chocolate in the cafeteria before walking back down to the Cable Car and zooming back down to the village. Via Ferrata completed and new Hunt Family Sport ...
... Italian pizza at the pretty campsite restaurant. We began to try and figure out all the words for various toppings in Italian from the menu .... We are not very good yet but the pizzas which arrived were all yummy anyway. After dinner we decided the coolness of the evening was a good time to attempt to erect the awning for the first time on the Big Trip. The last time we did it we were with the Corries at Loch Ken which seems like ages ...
... in another country. The architecture changed suddenly to typically Alpine lodges with murals painted on the sides of the buildings, and the fields became meadows dotted with little rustic log huts, and the road went up and up. Actually going up was no real problem but coming down.... That was more of a challenge, especially on the very steep Zirlerberg Pass down to Innsbruck. The road decline was 16% which doesn't sound too bad but it ...