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... voucher for a Swiss army knife which included free engraving. We stopped by the store to buy a knife before dinner and said we would come back tomorrow to pick it up so no rush. David choose a white one with red letters.
We ordered the fondue and a pizza both to share, even with the voucher food isn't cheap but these 2 things and a drink each worked out to be reasonable for us. The fondue was great, heaps of bread and plenty of cheese as well as some pickled onions and pickles. ...
A postcard perfect day today in Innsbruck which has been home to two winter Olympics. Clear blue skies with only the trails from planes making lines on this beautiful canvas above the snow capped mountains. We started with a visit to the Swarovski shop where the girls both made purchases. Then off to buy a new charger for all our devices which was an interesting exercise. A picturesque main street with a horse drawn carriage and gold rooftop on one ...
... generous with their offerings of toys, books, videos, DVDs from their house (we are staying in his sister's house). They had lots to offer in terms of ideas about what to do and see and in parting words from Patrick, he dashed by the house the morning he was leaving to go back to Nyon (where they live) and passed us the book on Muggestutz.
…ahh…finally…getting back to my point. It will all tie ...
... then went over to the meal tent to have dinner – was included. After dinner we went to the camp bar and did a pj party, we drank, talked, but it was going to be an early morning, so I went to bed early. The only problem with the cabins, was that they had no toilet, the toilet block was a 3 minute walk out in the cold and the showers cost money to use the hot
... conventional cable car. Views were excellent, yadda yadda. After that we drove to a small village where we went on a horse cart ride to a farm. Our two opera singer travelers sang as we travelled along, so the hills were alive with music - Christmas carol music. Really beautiful area and the whole experience was the high point of the trip. The farmer's wife served us gluhwein, soup, and bread. Best gluhwein of the trip. I asked her for the recipe and ...