Feriendorf Kirchleitn Dorf Kleinwild
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free parking
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... on to Slovenia pretty quickly. And it was a great decision as we snaked our way through the mountains, the van coping admirably, with a new stunning vista around each corner. We headed to Bled and a campsite on the lake, but an avalanche of tourists for the Bled festival meant that it was completely full. In fact apart from the stunning location, the campsite didn't seem our bag anyway, so we went and found camping Sobec which was perfect, and it was time to chill and catch up on some ...
... friends and enjoy a little beach time.
Just got the news that my niece in Italy had her baby today, so lots of celebrations going on. We're planning to return to Germany and Austria next year, and a side trip to Italy will be in order. We're hoping to get a longer visa for me next March from the German Consulate, so we won't run up against the problem again.
... as the walls climb up and around the hill. A defensive position par excellence. Hochosterwitz has never been conquered.
It's late afternoon when we arrive so we check out the opening times and enquire about camping nearby. We are directed to Langsee, a very popular swimming lake about 5km from the castle. It's time to break out the camping gear again.
It's a lovely site ...
... local pub! And to finish off the night, fireworks! Austrian weddings are a lot of fun and they can do so much more fun stuff than you could get away with in Australia! Day 6: With this volleyball competition over, all of a sudden Kkagenfurt has gone from 98% booked out (booking.com) to 30 and we can get a 4 person suite for about 1/3 of what we were paying for a 2 person one! So, off we were moving to our third hotel in Klagenfurt! Day 7: Today Dave woke us up early so ...
Spectacular mountain views from the top of the Reisseckbahn. First take a three stage cable driven trains up an incredibly steep slope following a hydroelectric dam pipeline, then a tiny train through a tunnel under the mountain. Lots of walks and restaurants at the top. Remnants of melting snow left here and there in hot sunny ...