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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Next we drove to Bad Ischl which looked like a pretty town. It was quite nice and the river ran through the middle of it which was pretty. There were horse and carts everywhere and we walked down the town street following them. We managed to find a café that was open and it looked like a cute little tea room. We stopped there for hot chocolate and to warm up a bit. There was a parliament house/ castle type thing in the town too which ...
... our first snow-fall ( Abbie, Christine and Riley), and take lots of very joyful photos (and entertain the locals inside!). Lunch was delicious. I chose the grilled perch on a bed of grilled vegetables (yes, vegetables! It feels like it's been a while since I've had my 5 veg), two had lamb fillet on tagliatelle, two Austrian beef fillet and fries, and Michael the pan fried venison,boar and stag. All very ...
... and laughter ( and occasionally tears). Their was also plenty of tobogganing around the village and our apartments. The village being located in a valley, and with the alps as a backdrop provided scenery and an environment that is a truly picturesue. On Christmas Eve, we had the traditional Lange family get together, and even managed to squeeze into the local church for a half of the service. The rest of the evening was spent enjoying some of our hosts Christmas cheer ...
... Alex had an awesome time but it was all a little too much for Samatha. She tried hard, but it was to scary. Alex continued with the lesson and learnt a little more control. Dave and I then team tagged skiing and looking after Samatha. I spent the last 1 and 1/2 hours with Alex skiing. We had a great time and did some great ski runs (some harder than I expected). Alex gained more control and can't wait until tomorrow for more skiing. ...
... looking rural villages and farmlands. At several points it was barely paved and shrank down to a single lane for both directions as it snaked through the countryside and eventually the woods. Clearly it was a popular motorcycle trip being there were a disproportionate amount of riders out taking its curves. Eventually it lead us to a lake cut out of the side of a mountain and eventually a tunnel through that mountain ...