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Travel Blogs from Zell im Zillertal
... the train station. Train 1 took us from Venice to Venora about 1hr. Train 2 took us from Venora (Italy) to Innsbruck (Austria) about 2 1/2 hrs. Arrived at beautiful hotel and Cameron is watching kids cartoons in German. It doesn't appear to matter that he can't understand what they are saying. We are having a quick rest before heading up the mountain on a ski lift. I'll tell you later what it was ...
... tacky Austrian yodelling and dancing nights where they pack as many people they can into a hall, give you two drinks and show some traditional tyrolian dancing, music and singing. They finished by singing some song for each of the countries represented there. I reckon you would need more than two drinks to enjoy the show. Tomorrow we head to St Mortitz through the Engadine Valley. Shops aren't usually open on Sundays but hopefully that won't be the ...
... the map as we were at an intersection that clearly did not exist on this map. The walkers told us that we could go right, which was a shorter way to the other open chairlift, or left which was the longer way. We opted for left, and came upon the third hut - also closed. Rounding a corner revealed a small tree house, probably for watching wildlife, with a tall ladder made of cuts from pine trees leading to the entrance. I climbed it, getting a little more ...
... crossed a bridge to return to town using the longer path. Unlike the path up, which was all nicely staired with barriers, the path we took down was just exposed rock cut through the forest. We didn't see any wildlife, except for a tiny spider I saw on a tree, but it was good to be away from the rest of the tourists. In fact we didn't see another person until we got right to the bottom. So far we'd been really fortunate with the weather. The forecast had indicated showers turning ...
... and sweat until we finally arrived at the Aperativo place that Jess had been trying to go to. But it was closed on Mondays, after all that. I guess it wasn't meant to be! I suggested we go back to the place we'd just booked for dinner, Jess agreed but we were now quite close to the Doge's Place Museum. We waited in the queue to get to the ticket office for a while, then found out that you can't buy a ticket to just this one museum - you have to buy a pass for all four museums - add ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool