- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... as its direct power, but with the sports that have just bundled in all the extras to make sure the surge is not too uncomfortable with seats that absorb the G's. Anyway as you picked I am typing this as we zing across Southern Germany about an hour from the Austrian border to Innsbrook, the snow is certainly back here, on the ground anyway, the scenery is breath taking to be honest, I never saw any of this while I drove around, starting to see the ...
... sort of visit. This year all fixed, they go shopping and I set off on foot for the Museum, about 35mins away. I love it, the place is just fantastic and with time I saw so much more. I was chatting with a guy who asked when I was last here and he said they have added more in that time. One new area is a whole department dedicated to Nano science and another one dedicated to robotics. On the ...
... the big monuments in the centre of the city I ventured a little bit further to the Tridente area. This was a slice of paradise and I enjoyed all it had to offer including: - the Spanish steps and at the base the Barcaccia fountain designed by Bernini's father. This was still running on the ancient Roman aqueducts - Piazza Del Popolo which houses a huge Egyptian Oblisk stolen by the Romans - it's one of the last 20 surviving in the world - Church of Santa Maria del ...
... is a stunning place to visit at Christmas and well worth a visit. It's a little gem of a city hidden in the mountains with some beautiful places to visit. In December there are five different Christmas markets in Innsbruck and the atmosphere is really something else! There are many little stalls that sell the most delicious Glüwein in beautiful mugs which you can take away as a souvenir for just €2.50. They also sell Kiachle which is a doughnut-like cake and ...