Landhotel Post Heiligenblut
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Pets allowed
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... to be in the apartment. Annie went off for swim in the very nice pool next door. Free for us, part of the apartment deal. Annie reports it was beautiful, warm and puts our public pools to shame. Now after a nice meal and more wonderful Austrian wine we shall settle down to Poldark.... sad I know.
Tomorrow we are off to ...
... shirt, sweater, fleece and quilted gilet. I know I am renowned for being a wimp but most of the people were shivering.
The walk down was the best bit and the views were lovely, we had the most delicious goulash soup with overlooking the valley. Just as we reached the car large splats of rain started to fall, great timing. So we skipped the castle, might do that tomorrow and are now back in the apartment listening to pouring rain and rushing streams.
... but believe me it was a great drive.
We crossed into Austria around lunchtime, buying our 'vignette' (road tax) at a garage and rapidly after stopped for a very nice lunch with views of mountains. To be honest we were mostly engaged in watching a couple of tractors cut sweetcorn, but at our age it doesn't take much to get us excited......
A few km later ...
Just a wee jaunt planned for today. The master plan is to head for the " lake district" of Sound of Music fame. We looked at going to Salzburg and signing up for a 50th anniversary Sound of Music tour. For $50 each we were going to be driven in a bus to the lake district so it seemed obvious to just stick with Plan A. Before all of this we're going to have a lazy day to take advantage of another ...
We crossed the border from Slovenia into Austria with no formalities, just a wave through. The little alpine villages and steep mountains of Austria were just like postcards. The Grossglockner Road is one of the famous alpine roads. It's 48 kilometres of winding road climbing to 2571 metres above sea level before descending down the other ...