Landhotel Post Heiligenblut
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Pets allowed
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... did the reception for all the German speaking folks and then came and did a special English version for us.
The resort was very nice, fancy (a bit more than what we are used to) and had a bit of everything for us. The huge kids area was amazing for our kids, they had all sorts of excursions to go on as a family, bikes to use anytime we wanted and of course they had this great spa area. I like spas. Hell, I love spas! I like steam rooms and pools, and lounges ...
... a map and a bad sense of direction.
The first thing we noticed was Slovenia is the size of a pinhead. Missed two turnings (no, that can't be it, haven't gone far enough) before winding our way back up the motorway, the vignette paid for motorway, to Bled. Now, Bled is beautiful. But Bled is awful. Too much beauty equals too many people. Think a posh Butlins/Blackpool (but beautiful). Done that. Done Bled. **** that. Never going back.
Instead we ...
... and Italian - with German taking priority. You are in Italy, but seemingly only in name - and petrol prices (diesel jumped to £1.05 a litre). The Dolomites were stunning. Everywhere is stunning. People talk of Britain being uniquely beautiful but it isn't really. Yes, it's beautiful, because of our climate creating greenery. But central Europe has this on a grand scale that makes us look like the small, quite insignificant (certainly in relation to what we think of ...
The train ride from Vienna was breathtaking as we traveled through a gorgeous valley surrounded by striking mountains. Zell Am See is a beautiful town on a lake in the valley. We were so happy to see such gorgeous mountains and get out of the city even for just a day. We spent our entire time in awe of Mother ...
... was cloudy and very fresh we had so much fun walking down the mountain, we had to follow the ski run, (no there was no snow) for most of it we got to follow the easy run but then we had to move over to a harder run in order to finish at the part of town where we were staying, we really felt like mountain goats, towards the bottom we had a bit of rain but nothing to dampen our ...