Grand Hotel Zell am See
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... happy to start working again, now I was sure I had been going downhill because the walk back was certainly uphill. The lift was closed. I was frightened, not the impossimountain again, the wind was visibly whipping the snow up into the air at 45 degrees. I had that feeling of being able to feel my skull because it was so cold.
The next lift was open – phew! It was the only lift on the whole entire mountain that was open. Not being religious I tend ...
... ve ever experienced. If are good at snowboarding it need not be as exhausting. If however you find yourself falling over, albeit on the comfortable quilt of snow, it’s going to take a lot of energy to get back up, over and over again. This was unbelievably mighty fun, first on plain powder, then among trees. Slow going but so nice. If Hannis saw you fall, he would roar with laughter. “Oh ho ho ho! That’s so funny” his laughter ...
... table and dived in. 10ish Danes, with some fantastic stories. The leader of the group owns a property in Bad Gastein. He had a motocross accident at the age of 19, broke his spine, was paralysed, recovered, received fabulous Danish healthcare and cash and wanted to invest it sensibly. This specific week every year, he has up to 16 of his best friends join him for adventures on the slopes.
Today it turns out, he once again had nearly managed to kill himself: ...
... I found people in the fest alm attempting to pick up a Jägermeister from the floor, with their mouth, and without bending their knees. Other heroics were a big fella bench pressing a woman while standing up. The cover band were great again, I found several members of my class and danced. After midnight it was Patrick’s birthday, I gave him a piggyback to collect high fives from everyone. Went home with Mark, Garry must have snuck off to bed ...
... That sounded sad but I loved learning what he could tell me about the country he comes from. Garry persuades the DJ to play “Don’t stop believing”. Brief dancing on the tables interlude. Conversation doesn’t manage to get back to quite such a serious tone. We all spend a long time talking to the Slovenians. Turns out they are staying in the same hotel; we make snow angels, wake up the boys, eat fruit and turn ...