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... a diverse and friendly bunch of people who I know I'll be keeping in contact with in the future. Places like this are havens and I'm so lucky to have took a gamble and stayed in DMG rather than a normal hostel. Special thanks to our Australian host Nate, who is my hero for wearing an obscenely brilliant pink 80's jump-suit whilst on the slopes! It was shockingly sad to have to leave Innsbruck but I am positive I'll be back there soon! For ...
... and a snowball fight with Sophie, we decided to head back down as the DJ started cranking up the music. We couldn't believe how lucky we were with the weather as Sue even managed to get some colour into those pale London cheeks.
For dinner we headed to a restaurant nearby recommended by a local we chatted with in the cable car. Massive schnitzels and ribs were the order of the day for our final Austrian meal.
What a great way to end our experience in ...
... which is ok but nothing to rave about. It is in Maria Theresa strasse and within great walking distance to everything.
Took a walk into the golden roof area and had dinner. The night air was cold so we made sure we were well rugged up. Some locals were in t- shirts
What an absolutely amazing time we have had so far, mild weather, snow, mountains, great food and all this in only 2 weeks.
... some of our favourite moments with him, while surrounded by the beauty of nature.
We have a picture of Mark at our cottage that has always been one of our favourites - sitting in a Muskoka chair, with a glass of wine, and a wonderful smile on his face. The kids remembered all the times he would throw them off the floating raft into the lake. Uncle Mark was the only person who Jack would go ...
... reign supervising every detail of the construction of his perfect castle, your country is screwed. You can't do anything about it; he's the king, that's it. At the end of the day though, Bavaria was absorbed into the german empire against Ludwig's will, and he was eventually (probably) assassinated, but at least he made a badass castle that we can all go and tour today. So monarchy has its perks.
Came back into Fussen, walked around. Fussen is a ...