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Travel Blogs from Garmisch-Partenkirchen
... It was incredible to just walk through the shopping centre and everywhere you look you see mountains.
Once we rushed back to the hotel we were able to catch the end of the Canada-Austria Men's Olympic hockey game and we witnessed Canada win 6-0! It was very exciting to watch my home country play against my current country.
We are back to Krems tomorrow after hopefully a stop in Hallstatt!
Pictures will be added soon!
... the chalet to rest. I was beyond happy that I decided to stay because Dad said that the hills were starting to get really icy by the time he was back out there.
After skiing we checked into our hotel a few minutes away from the mountains. Our view out of the room is incredible!! So many gorgeous mountains right out our window. Even though I was exhausted from the long day I still wanted to get out and go walk around the town. It was ...
... The Zugspitze is Germany's highest peak at 2962m. When the weather is clear (as it was today) you can see for over 200km and into Switzerland, Austria and Italy as well as parts of Germany obviously. The train itself goes from Garmisch all the way to the Glacier stop up the Zugspitze mountain at 2600m. It is one of four remaining rack railways left in Germany and the trip from Eibsee takes about another 40 min as the train can only go at certain speeds. From about Eibsee, it winds ...
... on the girls shirts that they got in Munich.
The pineapple trend continues!
Innsbruck (pronounced [ˈɪnsbʀʊk]) is the capital city of the federal state of Tyrol (Tirol) ...
... by the scene painter Christian Jank. While the
building itself imitates the 13th-century Romanesque style, the
paintings inside predominantly depict scenes from Wagner's operas such as ...