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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... The autobahn followed the railway and much is on road cantilevered out from the hill, with a few really high bridges over the valley. Most impressive construction achievements. Efficiency all went belly up once we crossed the border into Italy as we sat at the first rail station for about 30 minutes for no apparent reason. No announcements, so were about 30 minutes late to Verona. Once out of the mountains the valleys opened out and were full of grape vines. The closer ...
... looking rural villages and farmlands. At several points it was barely paved and shrank down to a single lane for both directions as it snaked through the countryside and eventually the woods. Clearly it was a popular motorcycle trip being there were a disproportionate amount of riders out taking its curves. Eventually it lead us to a lake cut out of the side of a mountain and eventually a tunnel through that mountain ...
... the area through from Celts, Romans, Germans etc to present day. Walked back along one of the upper 'roads', really just a walkway. Again, narrow due to the lack of flat land and what helps give the town it's uniqueness. This is a most interesting and beautiful town. Walked up the valley to our accommodation. The interior just as lovely as any other Austrian guesthouse we have stayed at. The ceiling in the restaurant is hand carved and interesting to study. Lovely meal ...
Friday 10th October Leisurely breakfast this morning and time to catch up on news before catching the bus to Bad Ischl, about 70 km east of Salzburg. Bus journey was through lovely green pastures with plenty of cattle grazing. Even saw some with bells on! Stopped at a lovely little village Fuschl on the most picturesque lake. Such an idyllic view. Bus only went as far as St Gilgen (on another lake) so had to wait about half an hour to ...
... was spectacular. Cheryl and I took turns taking pictures of each other. Then we had this really nice dude from the Czech Republic take our picture on the “thumb” of 5 Fingers. It was a little nerve wracking walking out on those fingers – made of steel obviously, but hanging so far out over the ground below …. and I'm not great with heights. Nevertheless, we hung out there for a while just because the view was so darn spectacular.
We finally made ...