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Well where do I start with Innsbruck! How about ... This place rules! You hop off the train and you're surrounded by mountains and snow and happy people and laughter and beautiful blond women AND beer. Oh wait and there's more, the hostel I stayed in 'Doug's Mountain Getaway' just so happens to be the coolest place I've ever stayed. I woke up every morning with snow outside the door and a view so amazing it could take anyone's breath away. After ...
... to a spectacular day of fine weather and views. Phil wandered a little further to the top to views over the other ranges. After a bit of a wander around and a few pictures we ventured back down to the lower level where there was a BBQ, an outdoor bar and lots of people taking in the fine conditions on outdoor tables and deck chairs. There was some excellent skiing on show with people going over jumps and the sheer edge onto the powder snow below. After a bit ...
... into our thermals, hats, gloves etc and took the lift to the first section. There was a little bit of snow that was icy however the next lift which took us to the top proved that it was all worth the effort. Powdery snow was falling and Sophie was so so excited. She threw snowballs and fell on the snow. There were people skiing and snowboarding, all set up in the latest gear.
We even saw a baby who had ...
... is a bonus. We couldn't imagine how cold it would be in the middle of winter.
We drove for another hour before arriving at Rosenheim. Our hotel is away from the centre and is a family run hotel that has the best meals for ridiculous low prices.
It it was the most amazing and spectacular day of driving.
A very sad day
We woke up this morning to the news that our very dear friend Mark Hatt passed away yesterday afternoon, after a long battle with lung cancer. The world has lost a very, very good man, and our hearts go out to his wife, our dear friend Jennifer Alsop, his children, Alex, one of Elizabeth's best friends, and three year old Ben, and all of his family and friends.
Mark was a ...