A Casa Appartementhaus
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... prince. Their population is only of about 38,000 and they are the fourth smallest country in Europe. We went to the capital city and it would not have been any bigger than Maitland. It was pretty though. The photos I have put up on Facebook are all a bit jumbled but I have put photos up of the castle. It is up on the cliff. I have tried to break them up. But I am sure we will tell you all about it when we get home. :) we were only there for an hour to have ...
... the lake and that was enough, it was lunch time so we walked back towards the subway we have used. Next to the park a few streets away we picked a small but busy restaurant. Just a top spot, inexpensive because it was out of the way, but packed with locals, we are welcomed in and three chairs are found and a very pleasant few hours spent having lunch in a nice atmosphere. Not much to look at inside or out but the locals know good food and ...
... filled with icing sugar, sauerkraut along with other things.
Unfortunately when I visited Innsbruck they had the worst snowfall for years; typical! Normally there are several ski resorts open just minutes from Innsbruck which cost approximately €17 euros for a ski pass. However, I had to travel to the Stubai Glacier which is approximately 1.5 hours drive from Innsbruck and costs around €10 by bus. The Stubai Glacier costs €45 for a ski pass for ...
... a shot or a space at all can be a little difficult.
From the view point we ambled down towards the castle, it was awesome to look out and see and endless blanket of clouds covering the horizon, even the village that was only about 200m below. Up close it is hard to appreciate the castle but having spent the money on a tour we waited a few minutes before moving inside. Things were a bit of a debacle from that point, first being shifted between lines and then being told that ...
... had to be seen to be believed. What can only be described as a log jam of gondolas packed with tourists from every corner of the earth, combined with large groups of teenagers jeering and leering from a bridge at the gondolas passing below. This was not exactly what I had in mind. I would have to think of something else.... We spent the rest of the afternoon wandering the streets, following the herd, towards St Marks Square. While the buildings are breathtaking, it is all very ...