Zugspitze, Germany: A Night In The Ice Hotel (Iglu-Dorf)

Sleeping in an ice hotel at 2600 m? Sceptical, yet curious looks. How will it be up there. Cold?  Uncomfortable?

After our stay we can give you  some insights and tips for sleeping in an igloo.

At the ice hotel (Iglu-Dorf) at Germany´s highest mountain, the Zugspitze. Tips for a fun and comfortable stay.
At the ice hotel (Iglu-Dorf) at Germany´s highest mountain, the Zugspitze. Tips for a fun and comfortable stay.

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Salzburg: Impressions from the city along the Salzach

At the end of November we visited the city along the river Salzach. We searched and found the Best Christmas Markets in Salzburg and attended the Gnigler Krampuslauf, where wild creatures roam the streets.

Old meets Young, Antique meets New – our best pictures from Salzburg

 

Salzburg: Impressions From The City Along The Salzach
Streetart by JanaundJS – Antique shop meets new art

Walking along old alleys in Salzburg we spotted this work by JanaundJS, a couple living currently in Salzburg. An old, abandoned grocery store became a new life with this art project.

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Gourmet tips and unique places at the Waldviertel

The Waldviertel in the northern part of Austria offers active and creative activities, long hiking paths, like the 230 km long path along the Lainsitz, and awesome food and drinks.

Unique places in the Waldviertel

On our last day we stopped in Gmünd and took a walk to the Blockheide. Huge rock formations formed a long time ago were waiting for us.

Gourmet Tips And Unique Places At The Waldviertel
You can move this big rock a little (if you know the trick).

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Active and creative at the Waldviertel

The Waldviertel in the northern part of Austria is the area to be active and creative (at the same time if you want to).

Bike trails with more than 2000 km length altogether and many hiking paths, one of them the 230 km long path along the river Lainsitz, make it to one of the most active parts of Austria.

While hiking or biking along the Waldviertel you can stop and be creative the same time or watch how creative the locals are and were in former times.

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Hiking in the Waldviertel in Austria

The Waldviertel is a part of Austria close to the Czech boarder. It is known for deep, lush forests, great landscape and awesome food and beer.

Along the Waldviertel is a 230 km long hiking trail called the

Trail Along The Lainsitz.

The river Lainsitz starts in the Austrian town Karlstift, flowing along the Waldviertel to the Czech boarder in Chlum.

The 230 km long trail is divided into 4 daily stages.

Waldviertel, Austria - Hiking along the 20 km long Weitwanderweg

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Ghent – When houses tell their stories

Ghent Belgium Flanders

Ghent is a real open-air museum. When taking a second glimpse you are rewarded with beauty and interesting facts.

At every corner old and new mix.

Numerous facades tell their own story. That´s why you should take a closer look while talking a walk through the old part of Ghent.

Orientation for the illiterate

Ghent - When houses tell their stories
No need to read. Signs show the houses´meanings.

At the Korenlei it was a lascivious place in the Middle Age and later. Right at the harbor two golden swans remember at the facade about this time.

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