Seehotel Hafnersee

Address: Plescherken 5, Keutschach am See, Carinthia, Austrian Alps, 9074, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Plescherken 5, Keutschach am See.
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    Travel Blogs from Keutschach am See

    So. Much. Chocolate!!!

    A travel blog entry by eyork on Oct 09, 2015

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    ... enjoyable detour we continued on our journey to Riegersburg. What an incredible castle! Built on the top of a 420m high dormant volcano, it's beautiful. We walked around the castle but decided not to look in. Next stop was Graz for a new bike tyre (Mats has completely worn through) then to Klagenfurt. The first campsite was closed but luckily we found another closer to town. We're parked under a chestnut tree!! The town is located right on a massive lake Wörthersee. Very ...

    Upper Carniola - Lakes Bled and Bohinj

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 06, 2015

    77 photos

    ... for a
    room with private bath including buffet breakfast at a very fine inn is quite a
    good deal even in Slovenia.

    The weather the next morning wasn’t so sparkling, though. I
    started out with a visit to less than inspiring Bled Castle where I fought my
    way through the tour bus groups. The castle has great views of Lake Bled and
    the mountains and valleys around, but neither its architecture nor its
    collections are that impressive.

    I then took ...

    Triglav National Park - The Julian Alps

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 05, 2015

    61 photos

    ... named after Julius Caesar. The highest peak in
    the range is Mount Triglav at 2,864 meters (9,376 feet). That’s not
    particularly high by Alpine standards but is the highest peak in the country
    and is of enough significance that Slovenia’s flag includes a representation of
    its triple summits. Most of the unpopulated wilderness region is preserved as
    Triglav National Park, Slovenia’s only one, and is surrounded by a couple of
    towns like Bovec ...

    Locked Outside

    A travel blog entry by on Oct 03, 2015

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    ... there?"

    Graciously and quite quickly she let me into the room - me with my Qantas PJ bottoms on and black Tshirt. Maryanne was fully dressed.

    Anyway one thing didn't lead to another and I rang the front desk who let me back into my own room.

    Funny. But at drinks later when some of the group were partying in the large room one of them had (a lounge room!) Maryanne ...

    Upbeat Slovenia

    A travel blog entry by on Oct 02, 2015

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    ... eventually begged the girls to take me to dinner and we had a good night.
    Next day did the Castle then left the bus and walked around the lake trying to record nature to match the magnificent view. All I got was cars trucks construction and lawnmowers.
    Noise pollution can ruin a visual.
    Washing clothes - nice warm room and looking forward to watching the view from my balcony.
    Cheers to all at home.
    Rugby tonight.