Ferienanlage Hotel Garni Larchenhof
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... wants to go somewhere like Innsbruck I strongly suggest you do it! Heck, go to Doug's place it's like paradise in the mountains. Oh, and if you were wondering, I did fall and faceplant once. However, it was made intolerably worse due to the fact that I just so happened to fall in front of a ski-school predominantly consisting of 8 year olds... Fantastic. On to the next stop now and THE HOMELAND beckons me! Ciao Innsbruck. Italy, get the kettle ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... when he was little. I especially remember a snowball fight the families had where Mark was wearing shorts and flip flops!
He was a beautiful man who made my friend Jen so incredibly happy, who treated his friends like gold, and who will be missed terribly by everyone who knew him. Please keep Mark and his family and friends in your thoughts.
Jennifer, Paul, Elizabeth, and ...
... of large palaces and castles, which basically ran Bavaria's economy into the ground. He died by drowning in a lake in Bavaria, and it is still not known whether he drowned accidentally, committed suicide, or was killed.
I toured Hohenschwangau first, then Neuschwanstein. Hohenschwangau is beautiful in its own right, but Neuschwanstein is the real gem. You can get a perfect view of Neuschwanstein from a nearby footbridge (marienbrucke). Each ...