Travel Blogs from Serfaus
... below - one slip and you were on your way, but fortunately we all made it. After walking for two and a half hours we arrived at the Sesvennahutte for some lunch, refreshments and a well earned rest. The host provided us with a complimentary aquavit or schnapps which was every nice. It was after this break when we continued down the steep descent that I began to feel the sun burning so I whipped off my t-shirt and replaced it with ...
... heritage, orderliness and discipline are all Austrian. After a lovely breakfast including scrambled eggs with speck, I went for a walk around the village. I was particularly impressed with the graveyard in the Church as all the graves are beautifully tended with lovely flowers growing on them and each one has an individually designed cast or wrought iron head piece which I found unusual. I guess when it is a small village and many families have lived here ...
... time the residence of Empress Elizabeth Hapsburg but us now a very interesting and well put together museum if 200 years of Tourism in the Tyrol. After the gardens it was in to our home for the next three nights - at the Gasthof Zum Mohren in the working village of Burgusio/Burgeis. This lovely establishment has been run as in inn by the Theiner family since 1665 and is currently being managed by the 13th and 14th generation and are lovely ...
... we visited was Hohenschwangau. This was built by “Mad King Ludwig II's” parents (Crown Prince Maximillian II), and served as his summer get-away home while he was growing up. The origin of the castle was in the 12th century, but over the years it had been destroyed several times. In 1832, Maximillian acquired the ruins and had the castle rebuilt to the original plans. It was used as a holiday domicile for the ...
... the schools are built fairly close to the train stations. Some of these students are traveling 15 – 25 miles each direction.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center