Aktiv- & Wellnesshotel Zentral
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... work. I know we had to call the front desk. Others had hotel employees come up to show them how to use the shower. In the end you had to grab the bath tub pipe that filled the tube, and pull it toward you, as if you were trying to pull it out of the wall. It may not seem so funny as I write this, but trust me it was, especially when everyone else was having the same issue.
It's time to say goodnight as its 11 pm, and we can't keep our eyes opened any longer. ...
... as a wellness hotel. Attached to it is Terme Meran which is open 365 days a year, and includes 25 pools, indoors and outdoors, and various saunas. We have never seen anything like this before. The complex is huge.
Once checked into the hotel, we took a short walk into this beautiful town in search of gelato. After a double scoop of this delicious treat we walked back to the hotel to relax before dinner.
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Had a day off today to look around Merano. The local attraction was a castle with gardens. Sounds boring right?! It was pretty amazing. Most of it was on a hill and manicured to perfection. The views from the top were panoramic. There was a 700 year ...
Another pleasant day down the hills. The views are fantastic. We finished ride at the brewery the make their local beer Forst. We tried a 240ml to try and it wasn't bad. There was a one litre option so I thought I'd give it a go with a half chicken and chips. Damn good fun! Had a snooze then off for strudel and coffee in the evening by the river that runs through this beautiful town of ...
We say 'Buongiorno' and they say 'Guten morgen'!? Yes we were confused also. We are still in Italy but they are all German up in the Alps. German is spoken and written first and Italian comes secondary. The borders were shifted 100 years ago and they ain't giving up their heritage. Funny thing is the borders up here are Switzerland and Austria! Our first ...