Schloss Pichlarn SPA & Golf Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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The valleys within the Dolomites seem to run east west and
carved into the valley walls are generally difficult, steep and narrow roads
winding to the most amazing and remote villages, albeit some very touristy destinations
with skiing and walking orientations.
By chance we found ourselves in the Val Gardena, just north
of Bolzano and hoping to find a way to Cortina where we could easily drive to
Austria. After a few tight ...
This morning we stopped by mauthausen, the last concentration camp to be closed at the end of WW2. For the scale of atrocities committed, the fortification was smaller than I expected. A quiet and somber place, with buildings open, a museum then finally the memorials there leave you feeling hope as you exit the ...
... camped. It was a lovely night of luxury only metres from the old town, and still cost half the price you’d pay for a roadside hotel in the middle of nowhere in Australia!
We packed the car and headed down to the rafting office, from where we were transported to a town further up river. After a delay for our raft to arrive, we were glad to be on the cool water, the sun a perfect temperature at 30-something degrees and not a cloud ...
... goats but unfortunately was closed as we were hoping to get some ice cream. It was however a very trusting place as there were 2 fridges filled with drinks with a little box to put some money in if you wanted one, including beer. There are some things we come across on our trip that I just could not imagine in the UK. We picked up a couple of drinks and then carried on to the end of our walk where there was a little café and the girls had an ...
... looking for somewhere to stop for lunch and not having much luck and we pulled into a parking bay in a town call Sankt Johann am Tauern as I needed to get some cash out and then we saw a little car park across the road that had a couple of ponds, a river running past, a variety of trees and picnic benches, all overlooked by a typical Austrian church and hills. A lovely spot for our picnic lunch and a very lucky find. The only thing ...