Hotel Furian am Wolfgangsee
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- Continental Breakfast
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... our way. Finally we arrived at our destination and our accommodation for the next two nights. The accommodation is only a 3 minute walk from the station. The accommodation is adequate but the bed is not large and not that comfortable. After a short time at our accommodation we received another snow storm. It was quite an experience. Tomorrow we have booked a ...
Narelle is not well and has contacted a bronchial flu which a lot of the passengers on the cruise had. I left Narelle in the hotel room and went for a walk across the Chain Bridge to the other side to capture Budapest at night. The scene is lovely with Parliament House, the Bridge and Castle all lit up, it is very special. It's 9am on Sunday morning and I am sitting looking out of the window of our ...
... people were sick back at the hotel do between been sick and nothing much to do the mountain was the right choice. It was really ****** snow up the mountain because it was really slushy. One minute it was raining then snowing and then sunny. But it was still ...
... in the sun for a little while! 'Twas rather relaxing until it got a little breezy and we decided to move on. We went for a walk along the rivers edge, not really knowing what we were going to come across. What we did find was the most basic version of mini golf! So for €3 we thought, why not? That's what we thought. We began our game, turns out, I was fantastic! Pete and Shona on the other hand.. Not so much. That was ...
... in the upper cave, not discovered until 1933, and then continue down to the lower cave that was carved by a river that continues underground for hundreds of miles to empty into the Adriatic Sea. The pathway constructed to walk from the top down to the bottom took over 50 years to build, as nothing was used but man-power to create it, as well as haul the materials in, or rocks back out. It was quite a workout to climb the over ...