During our time in Zillertal with Peak Performance, we had the most amazing accommodation in Zell am Ziller. Some of us, including me, stayed at the wonderful “Das Posthotel”. We all had our own Skyloft – super luxury and very comfortable! There was even a bathtub, right next to the window/balcony! I really loved the lobby with all the colorful chairs and this amazing jungle wallpaper… We also enjoyed the Continue reading ““Das Posthotel” & “Hochleger Chalets” in Zillertal, Tirol”
I always wanted to stay at an ACE hotel! When I discovered there’s one in Portland, I was pretty happy. So we went to Portland and stayed at this wonderful hotel! The design of ever single room is pretty awesome and the location, downtown, just perfect to start exploring the city! The Stumptown Coffee is right next door – with it’s own entrance right from the lobby of the hotel, which is pretty amazing as well! Continue reading “The ACE Hotel Portland”
While I lived in Iceland, I always wanted to stay at the ION hotel in Thingvellir. It never happened, but last christmas – when my grandma and I spent some time in Iceland, I finally had the chance (and grandmas purse 🙂 ) to go there. So we drove from Reykjavik through the national park Thingvellir to the ION hotel… Continue reading “The ION – Luxury Adventure Hotel”
I told you guys already <<here>> what we did last weekend, but here is the full story. 🙂
We went to Austria – Brandnertal, to be exactly and stayed at the wonderful hotel – Walliserhof! A hotel with amazing interior, which makes every designer-heart beat faster. But have a look at the following images – it’s awesome! Antlers & red velvet mixed with scandinavian aesthetics. At least I would describe it like that! I loved it!
Before we went on our road-trip to Croatia and Montenegro, we googled “wild camping” in those countries. We love to wild camp – no annoying tourists, no tiny spaces, no disgusting showers. We prefer to be on our own, bathing in a river or under our solar shower (or not at all, after spotting a snake in the river). We love to hear the sounds of nature and not the camping ground neighbours.