We like to visit local attractions as well as visiting destinations further afield. To add to the challenge these need to be toddler friendly. I headed to the Museum in St Anton am Arlberg with a toddler in tow. This is somewhere I had never visited in around 7 winters here, so it was about time for a look.
There aren’t a whole lot of choices for celebrating the Chinese New Year in St Anton am Arlberg. In fact there is one Chinese restaurant, the Shanghai on the high street (Dorfstrasse). It also sells sushi, which is a slightly odd combo. This makes deciding where to go pretty easy. Is it a baby friendly restaurant?
As part of writing about my ski season with a baby, I will review cafes and restaurants in St Anton am Arlberg. Which are baby-friendly? Do they have space for a pram or buggy? Is it quiet? Is there space for crawlers to clamber around? Are there changing facilities (ha ha)? In this first St Anton cafe review Jules will be considered from the baby’s viewpoint…
During our first ski season D ranged between 8 weeks and 6 months old. So we needed plenty of ideas for snowy day activities for a baby. She was too young to have any interest in playing in the snow. Although she loved getting out and about in the pram and buggy. We went for a walk pretty much every day. But of course there were a few cold and stormy days where staying in was more appealing. Continue reading “Ski Season With a Baby: Snowy Day Activities for a Baby”
So what can you get up to with a baby in a ski resort? How easy is it to get out and about? We were based in St Anton am Arlberg for the ski season when our baby ranged from 2 to 6 months old. Here were our favourite 5 things to do to in a ski resort with a baby: Continue reading “5 Things To Do in a Ski Resort with a Baby”