- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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In 1995, for the 100 year anniversary of Swarovski, the multi-media artist Andre Heller created a place of true amazement with 14 subterranean Chambers of Wonder.
Crystal works of art by well-known artists. 500 Crystals cover the dome and reflect light in all facets accentuated with music. The Crystaloscope is the biggest kaleidoscope in the world and ...
... option of cog train all the way down. There where two trains left for the day - 3:30pm or 4:30pm. Not wanting to hang around longer than needed, and being about 20 minutes away from the train station, we made a dash for it. And success! Made it. Not an exciting trip at all (inside a cave for 3.5km). It took about 1.5 hours to get down. Which is comparable to the 1.5 hour+ line up we would have had to make on the cable car. So back in the car and back ...
... that was all the town, but either way, we stopped for lunch, we both had Nürnberger Bratwurst with sauerkraut and mustard. Pete had a coke and I had rhabarberschorle , Rhubarb Juice. Why haven't I heard about this? Why don't we have this? Was so good and refreshing. Back down to lower altitude, the temps were in their 30's. After lunch we quickly stopped by a traditional German pastry shoppe and enjoyed a Schneeball, a cookie snowball dating back 300 odd ...
... true - there are stretches of the autobahn that literally have no speed restrictions. Jason loved that ;) We cross into Austria and arrive in Innsbruck, where we only planned to stop by on our way to Zürich, Switzerland, but the captivating scenery and atmosphere sucks us in. We end up spending almost the entire day there, walking around to check out all that Innsbruck has to offer us. It is such a cute little town! After checking out the Golden ...
... proud that I too left my vanity behind, as there was only time to brush my teeth. The team had mixed reviews of the museum. Some said it was strange, bizarre or terrible. However, I say it was fascinating. I was pleased the boys had an opportunity to stretch their imaginations and celebrate culture European style. The museum was a maze of rooms each separated by heavy velvet curtains. The first room was anatomically correct mannequins that were de-constructing and ...