Hotel Ristorante Schaurhof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... But in the end, we made it to the top hut and were rewarded with picturesque views all around. The knee held out, no poles needed. The girls start school on Monday, so hoping to get a few more day adventures in before the full schedule kicks in. Michael and I are managing to work a few hours in the am, then back for a few in the evening. Works well with the time difference in AB. We got our mobiles set up. 10 Euro's for a month plan, such a deal!
... climbed about 50m to get some brilliant photos. It was a very steep climb and guess who stumbled?!? Luckily Lorne was behind me and he managed to steady me!!! Lunch stop was at a very well set up place. Very Austrian looking buildings and people in traditional costumes serving. We had some goulash soup, not as nice as the soup that we had on the Rhine cruise. But it was still very nice! As we arrived in Innsbruck ...
We made it. We've been able to explore a little last few days. The first day was spent sleeping and getting food, can't say we did much beyond that.
Our house is beautiful. We are higher up on one of the mountains, looking down into Innsbruck. Designed in the Bauhaus style, the house is full of large, floor to ceiling windows, and from any viewpoint you can see the ...
... to find Austrian food and beer (I'd talked up how good the Belgian beers were). This proved to be an absolute but funny failure. We walked past many restaurants selling Japanese, Thai and other non-Austrian foods. We eventually found a Tapas bar with a view of the river which we decided would do. When I got back from taking photos of the river Nathan was ordering 2, 4, 6, 8 beers for the table. He had chosen one from the menu (there were about eight ...
... as any other old town, with a UNESCO site thrown in. It is the birthplace of the dollar. Originally, it was the Taler, after the name of the valley, which changed through the Chinese whispers style, to the Dollar. The mint tower is pretty cool. We didn't go in because we had only a few hours before we had the 2 1/2 hour drive back to Salzburg. and the hire place shuts at 5:00. the town is built on a lovely hillside, and as we walked over the Inn river using the wooden ...