Hotel Garni Tannenhof
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Next we drove to Bad Ischl which looked like a pretty town. It was quite nice and the river ran through the middle of it which was pretty. There were horse and carts everywhere and we walked down the town street following them. We managed to find a café that was open and it looked like a cute little tea room. We stopped there for hot chocolate and to warm up a bit. There was a parliament house/ castle type thing in the town too which ...
... their selections. The staff warned of a bit of a delay, a couple of big tables. We told them we were very happy to take lunch very slowly. We ordered dessert around 3 pm, also delicious (and rich, no need to hold back on chocolate sauce, or custard or cream!). Our taxi driver collected us with a smile, and dropped us back at the Markets around 4:30pm, just dark, for a final shop. The streets in the Old Town ...
For the past two days we have been skiing. On the second day of skiing, Samantha and I had a private lesson. First we went up the pommel and came down the blue run. Samantha and our teacher (Andrea,) went down the mountain together and I went down on my own because Andrea wanted to see how I went on the blue. Next Andrea took me up the chair lift which seated 6 people and had seat warmers and took you up to the red run (intermediate) level. At first it was hard, then I got the ...
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 ...
... lost when a bridge was washed away, judging by the picture on the stained glass window. Enough room for four people to sit on either side of a small altar. Our kind of church! Further along we came across a small cafe, literally in the middle of nowhere, so felt compelled to stop for a cuppa. There was one man and his dog there and the drinks were only luke warm, but he did give us a photo album to look at that told the story of various washouts since the 1870's and their ...