Hotel Schloss Thannegg
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Well, it all began with an over night stay at the Holiday Inn hotel in Worth near Gatwick airport on Thursday 6th April 2015. The pictures and video's detail exactly what happened whilst skiing, dancing, singing and relaxing in Flachau !!! I hope you enjoy this travel journal as much as we all did actually taking part in it!!!! Andy ...
... the length of time we spent there or that lunch had somehow been delayed and became dinner. The snow showers became heavier throughout the day so that a walk around the village after dinner with snow falling was another highlight. The morning of Boxing Day was spent packing and watching the locals plough snow and clear the roads after a reasonable snow fall overnight. This made it even more difficult for us to leave this fantastic place. Around 9.30am, we left for Venice, and ...
... learnt to make pizza shapes (snow plow) but it was all in German. Alex loved it but Samantha was a little hesitant. We then ventured over to Alpendorf to ski as there was not enough snow at Werfenweg. We had a couple of small runs and Alex demonstrated that he had little control. We then had a lovely home cooked meal. Today, we went back to Alpendorf to ski again. The others ventured into Salzburg. We organised a lesson for Alex ...
... magical views, hope the weather clears a bit so we can show you. 24.10.14 The weather cleared and we woke to fantastic views from our balcony, snow covered mountains. So we had a quick breakfast and made for the Alpensee which is a small crystal clear lake in Schwangau and got some great photos. Then we started our walk around the Alpensee, we could not go all the way around as there had been a blockage on the track during the bad weather due to either trees or land ...
... land so only cow pats remained. Only a little forest here, but once we got past a larger resort (mainly for cross country skiing and long distance hiking) we got into more forest. Went down a sharp descent and came across some fellow cutting trees on the side of the track. Then we entered the Rettenbachklamm ravine, a most spectacular narrow gorge with towering cliffs on both sides and a river roaring along the bottom. It would be impressive with the snow melt or heavy ...