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Travel Blogs from San Giovanni in Valle Aurina
... on mountain restaurants is staggering. There are 3 Michelin starred restaurants in this Valley alone. I will make a separate post on favorite huts.
Guy absolutely loves ski school and it is not surprising as the Italians love children and are laid back. Ski school is a great value and kids ski free. Our mountain guides Matthias and Diego are off the charts.
We are staying in ...
... his way back to the bridge. Once we reached the garage, the hotel staff were there to bring us up a tiny car elevator - up a very small car elevator for our lil (not so lil) Juke. The Juke didnt like the ride and neither did Lauren. Very small parking spots.
Once settled into our room I was so excited to finally get out and explore the city a bit! First stop: Swarvoski store. Well, that was on the wish list first but that wasnt our actual first stop. ...
... and well above the clouds, I was a little less nervous and ready to go. Our first run was a disaster. We made a wrong turn (suggested by myself – good one Lo) and went down 1A instead of 1B. The hill wasn’t too bad but when we got down a little further we had two choices. One was to continue down a very steep hill which was no longer a blue or take a 't bar’ up to another hill. After watching a few people manage the t bar we ...
... were one of the first ones up there that morning. Boarding down the mountain through the fresh powder, taking in the scenery of the Austrian Alps, we all had big smiles on our faces. The best snow boarding experience we have ever had.
A lot of jokes along the way, mostly laughing at one another for eating snow when we bailed.
At one point we all dived directly into the snow and were lost in the powder, it was like jumping into a ...
... of my life!
- Went tobogganing on the last day. Very fun, though not too much control!
- Alpbach is beautiful; homogenous styled houses. Lots of wood, well-cleared driveways, and perfectly stacked firewood piles. Some had house cows living away in the sheds for winter, detectable only by the faint smell of silage … ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting