Here we are for the third part of our tour: today we are visiting Altmünster, a very small town in Austria on the Traunsee, a touristic lake.
It’s the perfect place to hiking, to bike riding, to walking on lake shores; we stayed in a small pension called Berggasthof Urzn, it’s on a hilltop and from the room you can see the view of the photo above.
Isn’t it stunning?
We had a room with all the comforts; the room was entirely furnished with pine wood furniture and it smelled wonderfully.
My new project about posting foodie/ beery/ children holiday tour requests a lot of efforts and time from me.
It’s ok, I love this project plus in summer I don’t have the willing to cook a lot because I can’t stand hot weather ( I must be honest, at the moment we had a merciful weather, not that hot), anyway I really have to share these ricotta cheese and lemon soft cookies with you because they are so simply, light, tasty it would be a crime not to share.
We travelled up and down the Brennero road so many times but we never stopped in Innsbruck until last year.
We stayed just a couple of nights because it’s not a big city, anyway it worths a visit because of the famous Goldenes Dachl ( a roof made with copper flat tiles) and because of the lovely houses on the river Inn.
The first step of our tour between Italy, Austria and Slovenia started with a stop in Malè, Trento province.
We need a place to split the trip from Bologna to Innsbruck in half. It’s not a long journery but in summer, if you find queues, lot of traffic, it could become quite boring and tiring with a child on board.
Split the travel was ok but we wanted to stop in a nice place!