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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Iris Kramsach
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... couple of local spots we would frequent in our week. The bar at our hotel and a cafe and bar called Hocus Pocus. It was located near the main square and aside from having lovely coffee, large teas and delicious hot chocolates it had this really quirky atmosphere and was non-smoking - perfect.
Ah Innsbruck you've been wonderful. I will happily return to see you.
Next Stop: Salzburg
... amazing. Innsbruck has such an amazing change over the last 2 days it was unreal. Over the course of the afternoon the cloud washed in and out over the mountain. We weren't sure of the temperature, but a lad at breakfast had told me it was -15 when we had gone snow boarding on one of the mountains the day before.
Our instructor arrived and we headed off to the very baby area of the slope. He taught us to pizza and French fry, how to turn (apparently) ...
... snow village we imagined we would get to see. It's just beautiful.
We've played like kids in the snow, had snow ball fights, built a snow man (sort of), jumped in it, fell in it, and thoroughly looked like deadset tourists haha. I love snow!
... tree I had bought yesterday. Our very first fresh Christmas tree as a family! We had Austrian Beer and Argentinian wine to drink and fresh cheeses, bread, pretzels and cured meats for our Christmas dinner. We enjoyed a few drinks in the bar around the fire before calling it a night.
What a Christmas to remember. It’s mean to snow tomorrow, all my fingers and toes are crossed!
Merry Christmas all x ...
... is a stunning place to visit at Christmas and well worth a visit. It's a little gem of a city hidden in the mountains with some beautiful places to visit. In December there are five different Christmas markets in Innsbruck and the atmosphere is really something else! There are many little stalls that sell the most delicious Glüwein in beautiful mugs which you can take away as a souvenir for just €2.50. They also sell Kiachle which is a doughnut-like cake and ...