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... on mountain restaurants is staggering. There are 3 Michelin starred restaurants in this Valley alone. I will make a separate post on favorite huts.
Guy absolutely loves ski school and it is not surprising as the Italians love children and are laid back. Ski school is a great value and kids ski free. Our mountain guides Matthias and Diego are off the charts.
We are staying in ...
... drive away.
The shows in Brixen however did not reflect the niceness of our accommodation. I have never met ruder children!! Oh well - I guess they're teenagers!
We had a trip up to Ploser, approx 2500m high and the views were stunning!
Off to Innsbruck on Thursday where we will be joined by boyfriends, girlfriends and family!! So ...
... through it. There isn't much to do here apart from walk up to the Schloss on top of the hill at one end of town. But luckily, the weather has been kind to us and on Sunday there was blasting sunshine!
We met with a friend, David Taylor, who also works for Vienna's English Theatre and went to dinner with him. His knowledge of Austria is incredible and he has enough anecdotes that could last for days! A very nice evening had by all.
... owners were so lovely, trying to have a conversation with us when they spoke no English. We had our own floor that had a kitchen/lounge room with the bedrooms and en-suites off that. Our view from our balcony was stunning, as you can see from the pictures.
The first day to the mountain we were up early and out the door. The small towns we drove through to get to Hintertux were gorgeous. Arriving at the mountain we got kitted out ...
... of my life!
- Went tobogganing on the last day. Very fun, though not too much control!
- Alpbach is beautiful; homogenous styled houses. Lots of wood, well-cleared driveways, and perfectly stacked firewood piles. Some had house cows living away in the sheds for winter, detectable only by the faint smell of silage … ...