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TravelPod Member ReviewsAldranser Hof Innsbruck
Ihana, idyllinen paikka asua ulkopuolella Innsbrukin. Hyvä aamiainen, ystävällinen palvelu. Kokolattiamatto huoneissa ja pikkuisen vanhahtava sisustus.
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... looks out to the Imperial Gardens. We spent many a time here and got to know the bartenders quite well. The breakfast served each morning was amazing. There were all sorts of meats, cheeses, fruits, yoghurts, breads, cereals, bakery items like croissants, waffles, cakes, there were jams and real honey comb.
Our first few days were without snow and we missed out on a white Christmas. But the ...
... to get back up after falling over. We then went up the moving strip (where I had earlier fell off) and down the baby slope. It was fast and fun and we had to dodge children on toboggans who had no sense of direction. There were times when I could mauver around the poles like a pro and times when I just had to pull them out as I was going to mow them down haha.
By the end of our 2 hour lesson my legs were burning - a great 2 hour leg session I'd say! ...
... snow village we imagined we would get to see. It's just beautiful.
We've played like kids in the snow, had snow ball fights, built a snow man (sort of), jumped in it, fell in it, and thoroughly looked like deadset tourists haha. I love snow!
... enjoyed in between mouthfuls and a live one-man band played Christmas music throughout the evening. It was just lovely. Needless to say we all rolled out of the restaurant and up to our rooms.
Mum and I had sussed out earlier in the week that the Catholic Church across the road was doing a midnight mass. So we waited up and headed over at 11:30pm. We opened the large old doors and stepped into a ...
... filled with icing sugar, sauerkraut along with other things.
Unfortunately when I visited Innsbruck they had the worst snowfall for years; typical! Normally there are several ski resorts open just minutes from Innsbruck which cost approximately €17 euros for a ski pass. However, I had to travel to the Stubai Glacier which is approximately 1.5 hours drive from Innsbruck and costs around €10 by bus. The Stubai Glacier costs €45 for a ski pass for ...