We are in the tiny village of Reith, near Seefeld and Innsbruck in Austria. This is the view from our living room. I know, it's insanely beautiful.
Here's a shot of the bedroom and the bathroom. We booked it via Airbnb, totally on a whim.
When we were in Salzburg, we didn't even know where we were going next. We just looked at the map and said, hey, this place looks nice. And here we are in Reith bei Seefeld.
From Reith, we can go up to the mountains via the cable car at Seefeld, the next town. We also visited Innsbruck, a larger, more touristy city.
One of the pleasures of traveling free and easy is you can choose to cook and dine in, instead of eating out.
We have been buying stuff from the supermarket to eat for lunch, like a €1.20 sandwich here and a €2 chicken drumstick there. Beats eating at expensive restaurants or fast food joints. This is me with our supermarket lunch at Seefeld.
As it was with our Turkey trip, we sometimes cook full meals if we think the place we are staying in has adequate cooking facilities. It saves money and you eat better.
At the SPAR supermarket, we shopped for two breakfasts and two dinners.
When Ryan saw the ribeye in the supermarket chiller, he couldn't resist and grabbed some. I asked him, "You bought steaks? You know how to cook ah? I like medium leh."
He replied: "Medium size ah? I only know Well Done and Not Done."
Yes, I told him, and after Well Done, there is Good Job.