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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I had seen the last of the Alps but for sure
that is not the case. What I have just come through was pretty much green grass
covered mountains but looking ahead towards Innsbruck the towering dolomite
peaks just look totally amazing. I really never thought there was much to see
around this area but it just goes to show you don't know until you go see.
I stopped at one town and stood there for about 20 minutes or so just
taking photos and watching ...
... Kaunertal, which is actually just the name of the glacier. We made our way to our hostel, and found out we were actually in an apartment-like room! We had our own kitchen, living room area, and we even had a balcony that overlooked the town and the mountains in the background! It was fabulous. (Or just fab as Rachel would say!) We settled in nicely and set out to find a little supermarket so that we could make our own food. By this point, while ...
We are very close to the German-Austrian border here, and returned to the area where we rode the luge yesterday, complete with flag-waving and national anthems going and returning! We drove to Schwangau, the childhood summer home of Bavarian King Ludwig II and the site also of the romantic castle that he built and was not able to finish due to his early death under mysterious circumstances. We drove to the car park, and Martin leapt out to obtain our ...
... were initially apprehensive. Then we shared beer and some curry bratwurst slices, and made the short trip to our hotel in Reutte. The view out our window is picture-postcard perfect! We had a more formal group dinner tonight--amazing pumpkin soup, one of the most elaborate salad bars, and then entrees worthy of a Dutch master's paintings. Karen had goulash; I had trout. Dessert was crepes around ice cream and drizzled with chocolate sauce! Wow! We then had a Rick Steves tour ...
... up steep, slippery steps at the side of the waterfall, to walking on open grass-covered mountains. My guide set a pace that meant we could meet the times set by the signposts (times obviously set by taller men and women with longer strides!).
My ever faithful companion Lizzie (who is '84' years old!!) did it all with me and walked twice as far as I did since there were so many incredible smells to explore! We did have one horrendous moment when ...