Gasthof Hotel Ursprung
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
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Yay for dietary requirements! We've been fed terrible thick bum sandwiches so I switched to lactose free diet for the rest of the trip. There are two gluten free and two vegetarians on the trip and now I've joined their ranks. What this means is I get salads for lunch instead of horrible sandwiches. We have been fed so much bread on this trip that all of us are just sick of it. And so ...
... in Kufstein they were still held up for as far as we could see. Having a hotel in the Old Town is lovely but gives Gavinshka hell. A road that had been completely torn up didn't help! The boys eventually found the hotel on foot and we had to do a huge loop of Kufstein in the van due to the one way roads. We came to what looked like a little cobblestoned, pedestrian lane.....yep we had to go down there!! Luckily there was a ...
... fast ride up the gondola took us high up the mountain where we could explore from. I wasn't really prepared for the altitude or hiking in the leather boots, jeans and the light cardigan I had down in the village, but I should know by now to always be prepared for a short "walk". The views, I seriously will never tire of the the amazing views. It has been great sharing this with Michael's parents - I know they are pretty amazed with the Austrian countryside.
Sadie - We saw ...
... for doing it in two hops. However, the lunch was excellent Tyrolean mountain fare in a spotless restaurant - and not another soul to bother us. Back at Westendorf we hopped off the bus in the village as, finally, the shops here are open. Alas, not a single one is going to dispense an ice cream for Keith, so he will have to make-do with another slice of Austrian cake. ...
... as "his" and "her" choices leading to extra dishes for Sandra to prepare and Keith to wash. Today's modest highlight was seeing a huge line of geese (we guess) way up on the hillside, plodding one-by-one towards some unseen reward. Kitzbuhel tomorrow - by bus, hopefully. Fortunately, I omitted to bring my skis otherwise we would have to get off the bus at the Hahnenkamm bus stop. Franz Klammer, here we ...