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TravelPod Member ReviewsAldranser Hof Innsbruck
Ihana, idyllinen paikka asua ulkopuolella Innsbrukin. Hyvä aamiainen, ystävällinen palvelu. Kokolattiamatto huoneissa ja pikkuisen vanhahtava sisustus.
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... Austria. Innsbruck is like a medieval town just plonked in the middle of Europe! We had three hours to explore the town and it was quite interesting. We went to the golden roof which was a building built by emperor Maximilian in the 1500's for him and his two wives after their wedding. The balcony was where they watched festivals, fights and the everyday life of the towns people. It was quite an amazing and obscure building. We then made our way ...
... 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 ...
... was a department right up my street called weight and measures. I surfaced about 4hours later and made my way to a meeting spot back in Munich central to meet the women folk. We lunched in a beer hall and dinned later in a beer hall, so all in all a great day. Just after 3pm on Friday 16th and we have pulled out from Garmisch for our return trip to Munich, amazed at what little snow is here, ...
... is a stunning place to visit at Christmas and well worth a visit. It's a little gem of a city hidden in the mountains with some beautiful places to visit. In December there are five different Christmas markets in Innsbruck and the atmosphere is really something else! There are many little stalls that sell the most delicious Glüwein in beautiful mugs which you can take away as a souvenir for just €2.50. They also sell Kiachle which is a doughnut-like cake and ...
... that despite its turbulent history (like anywhere in Europe), it has chosen to build itself up on it's culture and music. Everywhere you look is a picture of Mozart, or people trying to get to to go to the symphony or opera. They also have many souvenirs for their royal family, especially princes Sisi. Unlike Hungary, Berlin and to a lesser extent Prague, there is little mention or remnant of soviet history. I do, however, enjoy the wartime-chic ...