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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bergcristall Neustift im Stubaital
what's with all cutsie figurines? This takes old world charm to a new level. The area is beautiful and the hotel is clean and comfortable, but every nook has a frog or owl or other strange animal.... I just didn't get it.
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Start: Ljubljana, Slovenia
End: Telfs, Austria
Total Kms: 411
... down. We then walked to another path to another cable car location a little further down. Got lots of good pics. We made it back down and then toured the rest of the town. Each day we have stopped late in the afternoon for hot chocolate and a desert like cake or apple strudel. Our attempt to wear this off is our "cake walk". I think the hobbits call it second lunch. Between the beer, deserts and big dinners we are barely keeping up with the calories for the 30,000 ...
... Lil bought some gifts. We then drove 12 km to Garmisch - Partenkirchen, the home of the Winter Olympics in 1936. There is a giant ski jump. Near the ski jump arena is a long gorge. The Partnach gorge is amazing. (Partnachklamm). The gorge will cast its spell on you with its wild waterfalls, water rapids and tranquil water basins. Once upon a time, visitors trying to walk through the ...
... path up the side of a hill. It quickly narrowed to a few feet wide. That guy was really lost. We stopped in a small town called Bad Tölz. Tourist stores and nice bakeries. We had some desert of course. Tomorrow we climb some mountains and do some ...
... complete with horses and cows and sheep. The mountains above are truly massive and climbable. If you google Gaiskogel its the mountain that loomed over us for the hike. The good news is the driving time was only 30 minutes..Auf Wiedersehen.
Reese - First I thought I was gong to fall off the mountain and break all my bones, but I didn't, phew. Forget about that. We saw horses and cows and sheep and marmots and a bee, and we explored the ...