TripAdvisor Reviews Jorghof Bad Kleinkirchheim
Travel Blogs from Bad Kleinkirchheim
everything you see is made and built to perfection. The streets are spotless and
the towns are done up in wonderful colours with fountains in the middle of
roundabouts etc. it really is a beautiful country.
I always remember Slovenia being rather flat and the roads lined with trees
which hide the scenery. Well, today was certainly not flat by any means, in fact
I don't think there was a single flat mile in the whole journey.
As I said ...
... on the bus all the way back as it was full of students. Not one of them offered Papa Robin a seat! Young people are the same the world over I think? Maybe a Chisholm student would have offered? Today the rain has fallen all day. We bused to Spitall and used the wifi at the Schloss Cafe. My laptop would not work properly! Lucky the iPads allowed us to book rail tickets for next week and catchup on mail etc. we also organised a taxi to take us to the station ...
Today we farewell Salzburg! Our plans were clear and simple. Leave our hotel by taxi to train station. Catch train at 10.12am to Villach . Once in Villach alight and take the bus to Venice. Simple! Not so simple if you miss the name of the station you are supposed to get off and just sit there chatting! Suddenly, as the train is pulling out from the station....Sheree said..Oh, aren't we supposed to get off at Villach! Look around for Tanya and Tony....they have ...
Dam just a short run from base and we passed some amazing waterfalls and arrived with not another person around - not a bad thing to be alone when you are stood on a glass platform at 200m. Back into Gmund for a look around the Porche Museum and town, quick bite to eat with a rather indulgent Iced Coffee.
Attempted the 35 km long Nochalmstrasse but the Austrian rain
had other ideas and mother nature sneaked in a rather chilly 2 Deg and at 2042 m high that is cold so back to Hochalmspitze for a chill.
Vernon's Goulash for tea made up for the day !