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... saying to you?". Well me and my mum just walked off giggling!
The middle floor was interesting and it had a lot of stories from the first world war, which you don't tend to hear about as much because people just talk about world war two. After we finished looking around we got lunch at a café a little way out of the town centre which was really nice. It was all home made food and delicious!
On Sunday the snow had started back up ...
... After breakfast we returned to our rooms for a while, then headed off to the Markets at Dom Plaza, before finding a taxi and heading out of town, and into the forest for lunch at the Daxlueg. Our taxi driver seemed thrilled to get out of town (or earn €20 in one 20 minute drive) but also pulled over to photograph the view. He also gave us his card and said to ring him direct and he'd come and collect us. ...
For the past two days we have been skiing. On the second day of skiing, Samantha and I had a private lesson. First we went up the pommel and came down the blue run. Samantha and our teacher (Andrea,) went down the mountain together and I went down on my own because Andrea wanted to see how I went on the blue. Next Andrea took me up the chair lift which seated 6 people and had seat warmers and took you up to the red run (intermediate) level. At first it was hard, then I got the ...
We arrived in Werfenweng, Austria on the 22nd December. The place was a magic white winter wonderland. It had snowed the day before, so there was ground covering. We found the apartment which is a lovely Austrian house. We went and organised a ski lesson for the kids and got their gear. We went out for a lovely dinner and walked home in -4. The next day, we road the gondola up the mountain for the kids lesson. There was not much snow ...
... the railway, roads and towns. Very interesting. He also had a visitor's book that we filled in. We couldn't imagine he lived there, but it was a strange place to have a cafe. From here there was a short climb up about 80m above the river through the forest and where there is active forestry being conducted, then on until we came back to farmland with the cows and their bells. Then down along the river into town. Plenty of evidence of past rockfalls or avalanches with ...