- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... see the ski jump from the 1964 Olympics. The mountains and even further. It was actually quite scary to be up that high. It was amazing to see it from that angle though. After that we then went for a walk along the river and ended up back in the main square where we were going to try some strudel but our eyes quickly turned to the schnapps distilery. Austria is where schnapps comes from and of course they are very famous for it. The liquor is made 40 km away ...
... rail up to the mountains, all open according to the web this morning. Well it's a grey old Munich morning right now, clear though. Yesterday we took the subway out to the BMW museum, which was set up in two parts, the modern show area and a museum for older BMW interest such as early war engines etc. Suffice to say I was allowed one but not 2, so the new area it was. As it turned out this was good, but only because I was a Mini owner back in ...
... which flank either side of Innsbruck as the view is stunning; it is a truly magical place to watch the sun set on an evening.
There are several places in the centre of Innsbruck that I would recommend visiting. There is the city tower which costs €3.5 entry and gives you an incredible view of the city and the surrounding mountains, however just to warn you the steps are quite steep! There is also the Olympic Ski Jump which is very impressive! However ...
... before being treated to a 4 course traditional Austrian dinner every night.
This week had originally been intended for some snowboarding, unfortunately due to a complete lack of snow across Europe this would not be happening as all that was open was the Hintertux Glacier, not exactly ideal for boarding. Instead the week was spent, relaxing, eating and catching up on some overdue admin. To keep the post short we will only write about the activities that varied from ...
... the train station. Train 1 took us from Venice to Venora about 1hr. Train 2 took us from Venora (Italy) to Innsbruck (Austria) about 2 1/2 hrs. Arrived at beautiful hotel and Cameron is watching kids cartoons in German. It doesn't appear to matter that he can't understand what they are saying. We are having a quick rest before heading up the mountain on a ski lift. I'll tell you later what it was ...