Werzer's Hotel Resort Portschach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... Austria with floods and snow causing transport chaos so we cannot complain. Today we tested out Mary's boots and walked the 4 km to Millstatt to access the wifi in a cafe where we had lovely goulash soup for lunch. Only problem was the smokers in the room but we had no choice. Today, Friday we caught the bus to Seeboden, the next village past Millstatt. We used the wifi at the Tourist bureau. It had stopped raining but started again after we got back for lunch. Had ...
... the lake taking photos, but were rather disappointed that there was so little sun around and the snow on the mountains was covered by clouds until just before sunset as we rode back up to our apartment at Zasip. There we warmed ourselves with blackcurrent and dragonfruit tea –YUM!
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... was reminded it was Sunday and nothing let alone the post office was open. Which was maybe a good thing as I window shopped through old town and saw way too many things I liked. Making my way back to the train station I met up with Ryan who was acting as a rail route planner for a Chinese tourist. We selected a baguette sandwich for lunch and then hopped into the hot train. About ten minutes in, the train stewart came to check our tickets and let ...
... clears customs, we meet up with our shuttle driver and then we are on our way to the converted prison hostel.
I can now see why they call the hostel the Art Deco hostel as there is artwork and graffiti covering all the old prison buildings. Anyway, it is time for the second surprise of the trip and I see her sitting in the courtyard as we walk in! My friend Jess from Mongolia also met us in Slovenia- totally amazing right! Now we are seven single ladies out ...
... are situated. I took a boat (€12, pfft) over to the island and, despite being told off for unbalancing said boat by moving around to take photos, it was a beautiful ride. I am basically Japanese (no hate) when it comes to taking photos. I think the actual Japanese people on the boat even thought I was overdoing it. I took like two hundred. Whatever. The island is tiny and I walked around it in about 15 minutes. You can go into the church and ring ...