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... days skiing in the resort 5 mins up the hill and the highest glacier in the Alps (in April I should add), there was the hot tub, sauna and chill out room just primed and ready to be taken advantage of. I can't quite sum up into words just how cool staying at this particular place has been. Innsbruck is, without doubt, somewhere I shall be returning too, over and over again. I mean in three days I've had the most fun and relaxation ever. I've ...
... and a snowball fight with Sophie, we decided to head back down as the DJ started cranking up the music. We couldn't believe how lucky we were with the weather as Sue even managed to get some colour into those pale London cheeks.
For dinner we headed to a restaurant nearby recommended by a local we chatted with in the cable car. Massive schnitzels and ribs were the order of the day for our final Austrian meal.
What a great way to end our experience in ...
... Our first stop for coffee and cake was at a little town called Lofer. As we were having our drinks we looked out the window and noticed a small chair lift in operation and some skiers nearby. We decided that as it was just there we should see whether it would be possible to take the chairlift up the mountain and enjoy the snow- even if it was for Sophie to throw a few snowballs and be a snow fairy.
... husband, Phys-Ed teacher, and coach. He adored people, red wine, sports and his favourite team, the Boston Bruins. He gave so much to everyone, and the tributes that we have seen today on FaceBook have been heart wrenchingly beautiful.
We decided to tell the children the news about their favourite "Uncle Mark" when we reached the top of the mountain here in Innsbruck. We sat on a bench, cried, ...
... br> Back in the day, germany wasn't one unified country; the area now known as germany was made up of smaller states, who only unified into one country in 1871. In this sense, germany is a very young nation, compared to others like france, england, ect. One of these states was Bavaria. From 1864 to 1886, Bavaria was ruled by King Ludwig II. He was known as "Mad King Ludwig" but is also remembered as the "Fairy Tale King". Ludwig spent a ton of money on ...