Kinderhotel St Zeno
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... exhausted Sue heard more swear words come out of his mouth than he usually says in a month! The only trouble came when we drove to the bottom to pick them up. Bryan's plans, I have discovered, are a moveable target and while I heard the same as Annabelle, he decided to ride further than the agreed pick up point at the bottom and didn't stop at the agreed coat swap spot which left the girls wondering after about an hour whether to go back up the mountain ...
... the sound of the water running down its bed. The current was strong due to previous several rainy days and thus heralds a rather physical morning.
We were given a complete equipement : thick wetsuit -together with socks - which reassured me as I thought water was possibily snow melting down - helmet, harness and snap hooks. Stefan explained how to abseil and made us try on a wooden wall.
No sooner said than done, ...
... Jr climbing into bed at 3am. 3. Kids dinner. Every night, the kids club held a kids dinner but it was from 3yrs old and up. However, it was held in the kids dining room so you could just show up and eat together anyways. We decided to do this at about day 3 and boy did Jr’s appetite change. The minute we started eating with the kids, he ate and we learned about his behavior when he was at kids club. One of the guys said hello to him and jr said something ...
... sleeve shirt - nobody minded and they don't even notice at my age. We continued past the waterfall to the valley floor, where we walked along to the village of Schlinig or Slingia where Ron was waiting for us in the van to return us to the hotel after six and a half hours away. This morning was interesting being a Sunday morning - the church bells rang out and the villagers walked to the church in their best Sunday finery - ...
... borders and is Italy's autonomous Alto Adige, formerly Austria's Sud Tirol or South Tyrol, until WW1. The area is extremely Austrian with no evidence of it being a part of Italy. They might vote in Italian elections, pay taxes to the Italian government, and hold Italian passports, but their hearts, souls and thoughts are all Austrian, proving that you can't mandate that someone becomes a certain nationality if they don't want to. The architecture, ...
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- Swimming pool
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