THERESA Wellness Geniesser Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... then off to Innsbruck via the town of Garmish. We had some wonderful country side. After afternoon tea ( they can't make decent coffee but who care) we headed off to Innsbruck, and some more beautiful country side. The green fields or paddocks in my lingo is wonderful. Very little snow on the highest mountain. Had a long time in bus so pleased to be to be off. A clear sunny ...
... and with snow. At one point Scarlett counted 26 'waterfalls' on one stretch of road. The roads here are good, easy driving. We're halfway to Nenzing, our next stop - it is Austria/Leichenstein boarder (rather than Switzerland) but Leichenstein is tiny so we'll pass through on our next leg. Looking for a lunch stop - where's those Golden Arches? .......we've arrive now and I've paid my €5 for internet access - seems ok. You may wonder why the big M is ...
... Bathroom and kitchen are shared, your bedroom is private. Funny. No-one there to welcome you.
Tricky: before I knew I was leaving my room for the kitchen, the door closed, bang. Click. Closed. With all my stuff inside. My phone. My key. Stupid me!
Fortunately the manager's telephone number was written on the wall, I could copy it, went outside to a café nearby (all the doors closed and I could not get back), could phone there (I promised I would come back to have ...
... lows for the cycling team and Richard was the variable. It seems that as Bryan had registered Richard himself they thought that he had made a mistake and registered himself twice. They did not want accept Richard's registration for a while and we didn't know if he was going to race or not. Then the team registration was the same and as they had lots of members Richard was dropped. This was disappointing but about 20 mins later he was reinstated as some ...
I changed our train tickets to allow us to travel to Bolzano with only two stops. Significant improvement over the original itinerary, which wouldn't have gotten us to Munich in time to reach Bolzano at all that day.
While waiting at the Rothenberg station, we overheard an American family talking with someone and stating that their daughter was starting this fall at UF. Chris and I looked at each other--just a minor coincidence. ...