- Shuttle bus service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the people close me were dark shadows so I gave my skis back and sat in the cafe for the day which I have to say was a wise choice!! A few people were injured nothing serious though! Met some cool guys from Brighton, London and one of them injured his arm so I think I made the right choice! Today I am going to look around the city of Innsbruck...its a small city with lots of shops so I don't know if there is much for tourists to do besides ski and snowboard but I'm going to find out for ...
Most of the group left on the coach back to London at 4am this morning so we had said goodbye to most people last night. Only one of my roomies was taking the coach so in the morning the other 2 were still there. Now that contiki was over I needed to figure out what I was going to do for the rest of my trip before heading back to London. Contiki were doing a free shuttle to Innsbruck that afternoon and I had heard it was really nice ...
... downstairs for complimentary afternoon coffee, tea and cakes and then were off to the village to see one of the castles. After walking around for a couple hours, we ended up at a quaint German restaurant and had the best brats and kraut. So good in fact that we went back the next day for lunch. The next day we enjoyed breakfast and then toured the Neuschwanstein castle. ...
... 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 ...
... were incredibly lavish and luxurious, with grandeur on a scale I've never seen before. We then properly surveyed the castle from the outside. It had stopped snowing and the sky had turned a blotchy pink/purple/grey colour with patches of blue trying to fight through. The walking trail to the closest lookout had been closed and gated shut due to the heavy snowfall, but we like scores of other tourists skirted the ...