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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 ...
We have crossed the border! And now we are staying in Italy for 1 week before heading back to Austria.
The part of Italy we have arrive in is an area which caters for both Austria and Italian. It is often referred to as South Tyrol. Very strange talking to the locals as we weren't sure which language to try and speak in! I think a mix of all 3 would suffice!
Bruneck/Brunico is a lovely small town surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges and a ...
... for a tradition meal at a little restaurant nearby.
We boarded for 4 days straight, we were sore but there was no way we were missing a day to rest. We are all determined to return to Austria again and are already planning our next trip.
What could have been potentially a very depressing, boring holiday turned into something spontaneous and awesome!!
Danke Schon (thank you very much) Austria, you were amazing!
After a record breaking temperature (18 degrees) in Salzburg on Christmas Day, Trace & I would today experience a belated white xmas in the Austrian Alps. Our Panorama (aptly named) bus tour would take us along the A10 from Salzburg into Ramsau. Ramsau is situated between the Dachstein range of mountains in the north and the Enns valley in the south. While the Dachstein range contains peaks up to 2,995 m (9,826 ft) ...