Wohlfuehl & Genusshotel Felsenhof
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I did a whole lot of research yesterday which counted for nothing today as we completely changed our plans. I was going to take Kerry to some ice caves and the pretty town of Helstatt but it meant a bit of back tracking and we decided to push on towards Croatia. Because I refused to drive on the motorways so we could see more of Austria it took us from 10.15 till 5.15 pm to get to our destination. There was ...
... off into the distance. Discovering that the next bus was in an hour, she headed back to the station to see if there was a train instead. It is at this point that I must point out the new Beaver who is more frugal than the one of old. Old beaver would have got off the train and got straight in a taxi without a second thought, but being on s budget, public transport was now the only option. Luckily in just 20 mins time there was a train that took only ...
... and it was 9 am. Now I'm more curious about this phenomenon in Austria. Otherwise, simply walking around the Innere Stadt right near my hotel, has been a delight for the senses. I was directed to traditional Carinthian food one evening, which was delightful. Lake fish, mmmm. [Note: I went back there this evening for a second experience, and who should I run into but Marianne McTavish and her husband Tracy from Vancouver. I was just finishing and they were just arriving - but we ...
... we can add to the blog during and after our trip.
As regards our Romanian holiday we have booked our accommodation, a real mixture of smart(ish) hotels, wayside B&Bs and self catering. We have the outline of a route-around 4000 kms in total taking us over the Transalpina and the Transfagarasan via a few castles all the way to the Danube Delta on the Black Sea and back via the Iron Gate Gorge,Belgrade and Zargreb.
... if not a bit cheaper. We chatted for a while and took a number of photos before saying farewell and heading back to town to see if Margs servicing had also been successful. Once again there was no need for worry as she looked lovely and discussed flying the young Austrian hairdresser to Australia when she needed her hair done. We decided a cruise along the Drau River was a nice way to conclude our final day in Villach before heading on our way once ...