Hotel Furstenhof

Address: Holz 1a, Wängle, Tirol, Austrian Alps, 6610, Austria | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Holz 1a, Wängle.
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      The Side Benefits of Insanity

      A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Oct 25, 2014

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      ... lunch menu), then headed back to Munich on the 2pm train. Thanks to random German railway work, our 2-hour train ride home became 3.5 when the engineer realized the tracks were closed. We transferred to another train....to a bus...to another train. To say the adventure lacked German efficiency is most certainly an understatement.

      Tomorrow we pack up early and head to Salzburg and Vienna for Sound of Musicking and Sacher-torte-eating.
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      1736. Going Shopping

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 31, 2013

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      ... time again. Prutz is a pretty run of the mill looking town, where I can do some shopping. It looks like a bit of a "base camp" for folks hiking/riding/skiing up in the mountains. In the plaza, a young fellow joins me for my strum session. "How do you like living here?" "There aren't many jobs here--and they're only part time. Also, I have mental problems, so I can't work a lot of ...

      1735. The Four Legged Table Concept

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 31, 2013

      12 photos

      ... a ski instructor... and we turned our house into a guesthouse. This way if something doesn't work, you have something else to lean on" The Four Legged Table Principle. Yes... that's what's special about Austria. I've noticed that in some villages most of the houses are guesthouses. This is very popular for folks to make money in the touristy season. But that's only one "leg" of the table. It's the multiple legs that's the key ...

      1734. Following the Via Claudia

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 31, 2013

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      Day 284 4 hrs, 5 kms Next morning, I continue down the slopes to the city of Landeck. It's a small city, built where two river valleys join and continue north--but it still has a "city" feel to it, with a small, crowded shopping area. With high mountain slopes on both sides and a rushing river running through it, it feels both urban and like a remote outpost at the same time. Wandering higher up the hillside ...

      1733. Where the Valleys Meet

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 30, 2013

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      ... this. I don't want my journey to become just a routine--especially not my Alps hike. But at the same time I'm excited. Excited to realize that for the first time in my life I feel I've acclimatized to the lifestyle of a long distance hiker. I could keep hiking like this... pretty much indefinitely. But will I? We'll think more about this tomorrow. For now I'm just going to wander around one more village, then find a quiet spot in the orchard, and set up camp for the ...