Austria Trend Hotel Congress Innsbruck
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... congregate at the better stops. On the way into Innsbruck Bern decided to do a side trip up to the ski jump that was built for the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics. Of course being up high it have us a fabulous view over the city. Coming down into the city, being a Sunday with not many cars around, Bern decided to "do a dodgy" and Mario stopped the coach and we all jumped off the coach for a real quick look at the Wiltern basilica. We ...
... for about an hour and went to Garmisch for lunch. The soup is sour and salty tomato soup. Salad with thousand island dressing. Fish and potato (good). Chocolate mousse dessert is alright.
After lunch we took a train to go to Zugspitzplatt. In the middle the train slowed down for us to take picture of the Eibsee. Then we went inside a long tunnel ...
Through most of the trip, we stayed in flats rented through a service called AirBNB, which is a website used to match renters with owners. Anyone with a spare bedroom, a guest apartment or holiday house can post pictures and their price on the website. Renters like us go to the website and compare location, price and amenities (e.g. Internet, laundry) and make a reservation. AirBNB charges the renters credit card for the full amount (plus a fee) and holds it until 24 hours ...
... chillier then the high 60s in Innsbruck. After lunch we went up to the top and Matt and me did a short hike to the peak of the mountain. It was so pretty but we were both freezing so we didn't stay up to long. After the mountain Matt and me went and walked around old town. It was a very historic area, with lots of shops and cafés. We had some coffee before heading back to the hotel for a short break. Later ...
... full of old art and frescos. Unfortunatley, our room was not ready, so Cheryl and I dropped our luggage off and got directions from the front desk to the Nordketten Bahn, which was the tram that would take us from Innsbruck up 2,256 metres above Innsbruck.
We walked through the old town (which is VERY tiny) and stopped at the Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof), which is Innsbruck's most famous symbol. The roof was decorated with 2,738 fire-gilded copper tiles for ...