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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Filzmoos
... went on the tyre ride and they even made me go on the big swing argh!!! A short blog tonight as we need to pack but our little boy has had a bit too much sun is a bit poorly. I think it has all been a bit much and 35 degrees today has taken its toll. I'm sure all will be better after a good nights sleep (let's hope he gets one as he is in my ...
... swim out. The Dinghy has been repaired after its altercation with the tree and has been transformed into a hot tub by Charlotte (she filled it with water which got warm!) The worse thing about Berau has to be the pesky wasps. Charlotte got stung on the ankle on Sunday (the wasp died as a result!) and as soon as you get any food out they are there! What use are wasps anyway??? Mr T took to being a wasp killing ninja and armed with a spoon ...
... and took it for a swim we also jumped of the jetty a thumbs up day from me. Charlotte Today was AWESOME!!!!! We went to find a supermarket but we ended up in St Wolfgang and had an ice cream!! Guess what I had ?????? Then we came back and pumped up the dingy and went in the lake. It has been a great day can't wait till TOMORROW!!!!!!!!!! Daddy After a lie in I eventually crawled out of bed. It was more the heat than anything that woke me. So we cobbled together a make ...
... traditional Austrian outfits. Heidi dresses for the girls and lederhosen for the men. Yep, there is a lot of them here. And they are likely all on the Sound of Music sing-a-long tour. We parked the Pug and followed the crowd. What a magical city. Narrow cobblestone laneways and open town squares. Throw in a dozen or so churches, and this is European life exemplified. We walked and explored and walked some more. Along the river were dozens of market ...
... in Europe. By this stage the weather had closed in on us, talking some of the gloss off the views and making for rather drab photographs. Thunder and lightning made the motorbikers scram to get back down on dry roads, we pushed on further for a few more km's before it was decided to turn back around, not even half way to the final point, a close up view of the Grossglockner Pasterze, the longest glacier of the eastern Alps. Visibility was diminishing and since our hotel is just ...