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Well where do I start with Innsbruck! How about ... This place rules! You hop off the train and you're surrounded by mountains and snow and happy people and laughter and beautiful blond women AND beer. Oh wait and there's more, the hostel I stayed in 'Doug's Mountain Getaway' just so happens to be the coolest place I've ever stayed. I woke up every morning with snow outside the door and a view so amazing it could take anyone's breath away. After ...
The morning started cool and crisp with sunny skies and stayed that way. We managed to pick up Sue from Innsbruck airport and after a quick catch up we headed out to see Innsbruck on the way up the mountain. After stopping for photos of Easter eggs and men in lederhosen, we finally made it to the super dooper train which took us a third of the way to the top of the mountain.
After changing first to one cable car and then the other we came out at the top of ...
... in his mouth all decked out- we really did look like tourists but we didn't care.
We stopped for lunch at the restaurant at the top of the mountain, and yes Anne, l did get to have goulash soup. I laughed at the coat hooks which were deer horns- very clever.
We made our way back down the mountain and couldn't believe how amazing the whole experience had been. We drove onto Innsbruck and found ...
A very sad day
We woke up this morning to the news that our very dear friend Mark Hatt passed away yesterday afternoon, after a long battle with lung cancer. The world has lost a very, very good man, and our hearts go out to his wife, our dear friend Jennifer Alsop, his children, Alex, one of Elizabeth's best friends, and three year old Ben, and all of his family and friends.
Mark was a ...
... about 40 minutes. Neuschwanstein, as is probably known by you disneyphiles out there, was the inspiration for the disneyland castle. The interior is covered in paintings and sculptures that depict various tales from the operas of Richard Wagner, a 19th century german composer.
Ludwig wasn't very good at politics or diplomacy but was very creative and artistic and managed all aspects of the design of his castle. Eventually the people around ...