Thermenwelt Hotel Pulverer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Just when you think it can’t get any better than Germany, over the mountains (and through lots of tunnels) lies the gorgeous valley of Seeboden in Southern Austria. The landscape here reminds me of Switzerland, and our little spot looks out over green meadows, a lake, lush forests and snow topped mountains. Pretty and relaxing, but a bit cold. We stayed here last year, and our sweet landlady was as happy to see us as we were to see her. ...
From Buehl to Seeboden
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Driving from Buehl, Baden-Baden area to Seeboden-Unterhaus - 611 km - 7 hours
- A5: Karlsruhe
- A10, A8, A99, A8: Pforzheim, Stuttgart, ...
... at excessive present pile-age). I think dinner was 2 minute noodles - very low key. This was mostly because we didn't realise that all the shops shut at 2pm and don't open again till Boxing Day. Oops. Good thing we have plenty of weetabix as emergency backup!
In the morning the boys were delighted to find that Santa had managed to find them, even in such a remote location... ...
... put on a podium and given a medal and everything!) and so did Cullyn in his group too! Tallis apparently scored the fastest time on the practise run but on the timed race he missed the ‘ready set go’ which was given in German and stood there wondering why everyone else had already taken off before working out what had happened. Still he laughed it off and is happy with his snowflake, participatory medal. ...
... hung up her ski’s at the end of day 1. She still pulled up better than me the next morning though… my calves and triceps actually tried to kill me in my sleep!
Day 2 of lessons I was allowed a smidge higher (on the kids travelator / magic carpet section) and ended feeling very happy with my progress. Yure didn’t seem to accept that the only thing standing in my way of skiing excellence was his ...