Landhotel Post Heiligenblut
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
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... last me all through dinner. This is where it became funnier. He opens the top on the bottle like it's a fine hundred year old French wine then pours it into the glass like it's the same. Now I'm about to lose it here, I mean it's bottled water. After dinner Donna called for the check, and had to ask about where to put the tip on the bill. The slip did not have a place to add on a tip, so it turned into a comedy scene with the waiter ...
... and best loved mountain trails in the Tirol. As the name suggests, this trail takes you high into the peaks, giving you a bird's eye view of some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. There are 24 stages on this long-distance hike and stages can take anywhere between three and nine hours to complete, so you can walk the whole thing, from Arlberg in the west to the Kaiser Mountain Range in the ...
... own nest’, comes to mind. A beautiful country, endowed with some great alpine scenery, but I couldn’t recommend it.
Next border crossing was into Montenegro. A postage stamp sized country, even smaller than Tassie, but stunning scenery. And clean! They appear to have pride in their country and rightly so.
Part of the old Yugoslavia, they are now part of the EU.
Montenegro is covered with garbage bins, and so is Albania, the big difference being ...
The first time I heard about Zell am See, Austria was in the final episode of Band of Brothers. For those who haven't seen it, it's a WWII mini series about Easy company of the American 101st airborne, soldiers who fought in Europe from D'Day until Zell am See. The series was also the main reason for visiting Bertchesgarten and the Eagles nest. Zell am See was the rest area Easy Company were sent to after the war ended to conduct occupation duties, relax and regroup. The ...
We got up early so we could get some good skiing in. We both had the best day of skiing so far, the weather was lovely and we were both a little less sore. We did heaps of runs, and then headed back to the accomodation about 11.30 so we could shower and pack before we had to move out at 12. There wasn't really enough time to go back ...