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... then off to Innsbruck via the town of Garmish. We had some wonderful country side. After afternoon tea ( they can't make decent coffee but who care) we headed off to Innsbruck, and some more beautiful country side. The green fields or paddocks in my lingo is wonderful. Very little snow on the highest mountain. Had a long time in bus so pleased to be to be off. A clear sunny ...
... a castle hill, through some tunnels and vineyard paths. It was here that a fence jumped out and attacked Sue. She now sports a few grazes up and down her arms and face. In Kaltern Sue followed a path where Bryan who was leading had turned off. She soon realised and stopped thinking someone would find her. Bryan rang Annabel and told her where we would meet but forgot to ask if Richard was with her. He was not so it was quite surprising when Annabel turned up ...
... There were enough crystals to end work hunger in there! We went back to the Seefeld and then have even more time to do whatever we wanted. Me and a group of friends took a cable car up a mountain to see the view. It was incredible!! Unfortunately due to rain, our concert was canceled today. So that gave us even more free time! We walked around in the rain after dinner until we had to be back in our rooms. Tomorrow we have to get up at 4:30am so we can depart for ...
... separate hotels. Usually we are all together so at night we sit in the lobby and talk and play cards. So tonight we arranged to meet our friends at and ice cream shop after dinner. It was a lot of fun. We spent the rest of the night walking around the town, eating ice cream and laughing. I can't believe that I come home in 5 days! I'm excited to come home but at the same time I don't want to ...
... by nine the magic was gone. Tourist groups had invaded the place!
Time to escape, I went to visit the Kaiserliches Hofburg, where Empress Maria Theresia raised SIXTEEN children! A son was Franz Joseph II, who later would become emperor and marry "Sisi", and a daughter was Maria Antonia, better known as Marie Antoinette, who died by the guillotine. All these royal houses were so interrelated through marriages! The Hofburg is nice to visit, some beautifully restored rooms ...