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... us with some bubbly and lots of hugs.
We came in April 15 after a 6 hour drive and showered, ate and then slept. The next couple of days are always spent the same way - unpacking, doing laundry, grocery shopping, all those things we must do just to get to the point where we can relax. The mountain air is so fresh and clean. All shopping must be done by Saturday - everything except churches and restaurants close on Sunday - but we spent a ...
... Munich, Salzburg
Traffic jam at motorway construction around Pforzheim and close to Salzburg
... opening session # 2 ensued. Once again, Santa (who even sent an email to explain) was mindful for the need to fit things back into suitcases and so things were kept to a minimum.
Had a successful Skype fest calling all the rellies and BFFs, which was great.
Then it was up the mountain for our last day of skiing. It was the best day yet and in itself a great ...
... aka he was no longer holding back to wait for me) and we both managed a whole run on Red 23, all in one go, without stopping or falling over. Yippeeee!
Kids are all now off on the big slopes and loving it!
Day 5 – Christmas Day. It’s true that practice makes perfect … Trystan and I are officially skiers! And wait for it… guess who ended up being dubbed ‘best ...
... best ski fields in Austria (Nassfeld). Most people have never heard of it. It has some upscale hotels but we are staying at a lovely little pension called Herzog Apartments. Like Seefeld we have a whole floor of a lovely little chalet style house with a great owner, a lovely lady named Ina and her brother Christof. Major perks include that it has an entire ‘bunker style’ underground level which is a ski storage ...