Landhotel Post Heiligenblut
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... in Italy! We did manage to find a smaller slope but there was no snow as it was lower down the mountain. We headed back to the other ski slope in town and went up that. There was a beginner slope there but also another mountain coaster like we went on in Germany. Obviously we went on that one too. There were awesome views over the side of the mountain and then you got to race the skiers at the bottom as you went along side the slope.
... their selections. The staff warned of a bit of a delay, a couple of big tables. We told them we were very happy to take lunch very slowly. We ordered dessert around 3 pm, also delicious (and rich, no need to hold back on chocolate sauce, or custard or cream!). Our taxi driver collected us with a smile, and dropped us back at the Markets around 4:30pm, just dark, for a final shop. The streets in the Old Town ...
youngsters were out in full so I simply walked back to the hotel and had dinner
Tomorrow is for sure the long and boring road home. I usually stop at the
town of Seefeld and then onwards the next day to Darmstadt in Germany and
finally Amsterdam the next day. However tomorrow might be different as Seefeld
is not very far from here and so I might simply head further and make different
stops this time but only time will tell.
Good night from Austria ...
... we had a drink at the bar and took our laptop down there where it works a lot better!! Tonight we walked down to what seems like a local social club. It was full of Austrians and they seem to be enjoying themselves. The meal was okay – I had fish but as you can tell it wasn’t outstanding. Doesn’t matter. Back in the room for planning for tomorrow and it doesn’t seem that noisy after all thank goodness.
3. Gipfelbahn: a huge gondola with only two large cars and two towers that took us up to the Gipfelwelt 3000, the building near the top of the mountain.
We first visited the "Top of Salzburg", the highest viewing platform in Austria at 3029 meters (9940 feet)! It was very cold outside at only 39 F, but we didn't care because the Austrian Alps were spread out before us.
We next went through ...