Tag: Tyrol

Holiday photo: 14

We’re leaving the Tyrol and heading home feeling very relaxed via Lake Garda (again). My beloved decided he didn’t want to drive all the way back in one go and who am I to disagree? Here’s the view from our bedroom window, not too… Continue Reading “Holiday photo: 14”

Holiday photo: 13

We’re still enjoying the Tyrol before heading back tomorrow but before we do, here are some photos from today’s mountain bike ride. My beloved is grimacing in this photo because it was a bit chilly first thing.

Holiday photo: 12

We’re still enjoying the Tyrol and, after spending yesterday in the Spa, are feeling very relaxed. My beloved met with a client in Munich today but I decided to stay home in the hotel. Here are some photos from around Seefeld.

Holiday photo: 11

We’re enjoying a few days in the southern Tyrol. Even though it hasn’t stopped raining since we arrived yesterday evening, we’re still having lots of fun in the Spa. As it’s Thursday, here’s a few doors from Graz.

Holiday photo: 10

Now, we’re planning on enjoying a few days in the southern Tyrol which we really know well but haven’t visited since winter 2017 when we spent a month there over Christmas and New Year. Sadly it rained en route and so today I’m using… Continue Reading “Holiday photo: 10”

12 days of Christmas: day 6

This photograph is the first of three I’ve chosen from our vacation last winter in Austria. I loved this row of colourful houses beside the Inn river with the snow covered hills in the background. Innsbruck’s a delightful Tyrolean town with plenty to see… Continue Reading “12 days of Christmas: day 6”

40 years of Memorable Moments: InterAlpen Hotel, Tirol

We’ve spent many happy holidays in the Seefeld area so it would be hard to pinpoint one as being “The Best Ever.” Rather, happy memories have arisen on all our holidays. We’ve stayed in a number of hotels and apartments in the area but… Continue Reading “40 years of Memorable Moments: InterAlpen Hotel, Tirol”

Postcard from Seefeld: back where we first started

I first learnt to ski when I visited my French pen-friend who lived in Grenoble. The whole family were excellent skiers and, after they taught me how to do a snow plough, I just tagged along. Never having skied before, I didn’t have any… Continue Reading “Postcard from Seefeld: back where we first started”