Hotel Der Krallerhof
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... had lunch with the lads and James from my class, lovely fresh pizza mmm.
For the last run of the day, I went all the way to the top of the mountain. The wind was terrifying, the visibility was nil or less, I couldn’t even tell which was down on account of the gravity not seeming to be working as usual. After about 20 or so exhausting minutes trying to find down, I gave up and went back to the lifts.
At this stage, it seems that gravity very ...
... my thighs hurt.
Very very rewarding day, best day ever, again. I waited for the lads for apres ski for all of 5 minutes, then decided to disco nap. I got on the bus home, fell asleep and took that sleep straight to bed for a solid 5 hour disco nap.
I donned my pimp suit for a couple of hours out with the boys, nothing too strenuous. For the one-for-the-road Mark and I went into the Irish bar, they were kicking out so we did a shot and ...
Early up, at Angertal early, saw Dustin the Turkey on the radio show. Introduced myself to him after and got a photo for Greg who only a few weeks ago introduced me via youtube to Dustin the Turkey. Had a nice chat about how nice Luton is.
In the afternoon, we were treated to the fun park. Jumps which could be jumped over. There is a T-bar to the top which is steep. I coupled up with Hugh to ride to the top (me little spoon, he big spoon) and in polite ...
... dubious pleasure of regurgitating the hot chocolate and rum in front of my classmates. It’s actually quite uplifting to have that many people splitting their sides belly laughing, you can’t feel sick for long and have to join in.
Regardless of whether it was the chocolate or the rum, I was happy to stick to water for the remainder of the day and night. As such my photographic evidence is of slightly better composition. ...
... Afterwards we got dinner at the hotel. The table across from us had a 12 people strong bowling team aged 50 to 90. These guys were doing a presentation by a flipchart and smiling all the time, we’ll have to make friends.
We decided to try out the ever so quiet seeming Irish bar. You go in, it’s visibly empty from the outside, not even a bar, then you go through the next door, it’s still pretty empty, ...