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... that fresh that they don't offer flavours like mango as it is too cold to make this flavour. So you had a fair few flavours to taste and try and when you decided which one you liked you picked an empty bottle (there were different styles to choose from) and get the flavour you wanted and fill the bottle. They had absinthe there with wormwood in it!! Some people were brave enough to get it. Jordan and I stuck with a lemon and coffee flavour. After that it ...
... the distance. Weather is clear which means we will get the cable rail up the mountains no problem. We may look at traveling to Switzerland tomorrow, a longer trip about 5 hours but staying over night returning on Wednesday is certainly worth a look. The other place we went to yesterday was the English garden, which is basically a very big park in central Munich, too big to walk around even in a day I think. In mid winter it all looks a bit harsh, we ...
... were all sorts of meats, cheeses, fruits, yoghurts, breads, cereals, bakery items like croissants, waffles, cakes, there were jams and real honey comb. Our first few days were without snow and we missed out on a white Christmas. But the views and surrounding areas were beautiful, so it didn't really matter. The water was a crystal clear blue colour and the sky was spotless of any clouds. We walked all around the town, across the river and into the outer skirts. We took a bus ...
... amazing. Innsbruck has such an amazing change over the last 2 days it was unreal. Over the course of the afternoon the cloud washed in and out over the mountain. We weren't sure of the temperature, but a lad at breakfast had told me it was -15 when we had gone snow boarding on one of the mountains the day before.
Our instructor arrived and we headed off to the very baby area of the slope. He taught us to pizza and French fry, how to turn (apparently) ...
... snow village we imagined we would get to see. It's just beautiful.
We've played like kids in the snow, had snow ball fights, built a snow man (sort of), jumped in it, fell in it, and thoroughly looked like deadset tourists haha. I love snow!