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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I haven't posted in a few days because not that much has happened to write about. On Friday we were going to go skiing but we needed to do some laundry first since places close on weekends. So we headed into Salzburg and found a laundrette which was surprisingly nice and modern. We used the 'wash and dry in one' thing and went for a walk around town while it washed. We found a shopping centre and there was a bridge over the river which had an ...
... Guess what, it started to snow. Very lightly at first, right as we got out of the taxi! A Christmas present just for us! The Restaurant and hotel (it turns out) was once owned by St. Peter's church. The chalet style restaurant was cosy and filled with happy diners. We had only been seated for a few minutes when heavier, larger snow began falling. Then the only Australians in the place (it would appear) ran out ...
... and telling Santa that our address for this year had changed, so he knew where to deliver the presents. Being in the snow of course made the job a little easier for him and the reindeers. As always, it was an early start to Christmas Day and the usual excitement. Light snow meant a morning trip to the tobogganing slopes was a perfect way to start the day and work up an appetite for our home cooked Christmas roast dinner. The fact that the bar was open had nothing to ...
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 ...
... to see, but it would be truly impressive in the spring and early summer with the snow melt or after heavy rain. From there we walked the trail along the Koppental Valley that is called "The path through the wilderness". It is pretty level and just lovely with towering cliffs on both sides, plenty of autumn leaves and of course the river alongside. Even went through a little tunnel that we figured was an old rail tunnel. Came across a tiny chapel that seemed to be a memorial ...