Hotel Garni Gruber
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Garni Gruber Sankt Johann in Tirol
Travel Blogs from Sankt Johann in Tirol
... Aus. We saw Anni and Michael in Munich in May. We all went out to lunch at a beautiful outdoor Tyrolean restaurant in the hills overlooking Kufstein. Back to relax and sit in the garden of the cottage overlooking the lake that had belonged to Anni's maternal grandmother. Then out to dinner overlooking the lake before all the travellers returned to Munich. Anni had arranged a lay-day for us at the hotel tomorrow, to catch up on ...
... our "emission" status, which had obviously not changed! Then on to Walchsee, beautiful lake surrounded by mountains, in the pouring rain! I had been there many times since my teens and John had been too with me, last on 2006. Met by good friend Sophie and her friend Birgit, and settled into our hotel. Then out to dinner in nearby Kossen, for typical Tyrolean ...
... of our on the road travels, it's not very cultured I admit, but the girls eat everything we have to pay for there and it's cheap as pomme frites - so I can cope with a few visits over these weeks & months. Eating out with the girls is generally not the most relaxing of experiences - usually we have to set Cece up with some Scooby Doo on the iPhone to stop her wandering off and the girls snipe (as they're hungry) and P & I spend too much time ...
... a tough day for Jess. To start with there was frustration that Ruby wouldn't really let her help her foot but also tiredness and heat as well as the other girls and the challenges they present. Of course there is always the possibility that I am completely wrong and it was just me although I find that hard to imagine. Sometimes, and its not that often, Jess loses the drive and the energy that brought all this about and keeps us all going and she finds ...
... Jess tried to clean her foot to get a look at the cut and our German friends, who obviously spoke no English talked amongst themselves about how to best use their first aid kit and wouldn't let Jess do anything to look at the cut and we just let them do what they were doing as they seemed like they knew what they were doing and we assumed maybe she was a nurse or something. She wrapped Ruby's foot expertly in a soft plaster and ...