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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 ...
... The shop is small selling mostly wooden alpine gifts, but I got pasta sauce & frankfurters to rustle up one of our staple meals. The wine selection wasn't in my range of understanding - local I guess, but I found a chilled Prosecco just waiting for me! (We drove through Prosecco when we left Italy) I do have 2 extra large bottles of PG in the 'souvineer' bag - they're only for emergencies....... P and the girls are swimming and I'm minding the half pitched ...
Finally I changed plans and decided I would go to Slovenia visit Ljubljana, but then, seeing where the train from Innsbruck would bring me, I decided to stop in Bad Gastein. And see, they have this wonderful youth hostel for a very reasonable price, breakfast included! Youppiee.
From then on, once this hostel was booked, I more relaxed and enjoyed walking in Innsbruck, or reading my recently bought book "Learn German in a hurry";-) time to refresh some grammar ;-)
Normal get up and walk around Telfes and Fulpmes - if you could call walking through the most stunning scenery 'normal' :) We enjoyed a lovely coffee this morning on our walk at the Cafe Konditorei, before returning to the Taylor's and just catching up. Much planning was underway to organise the trip to the cycling race/event this weekend, with all of us leaving tomorrow for Germany. This truly was a rest day as Sue even had a midday nap. It was a day of ...
... alone in a six-seat saloon, which was excellent for viewing the Alps through the large windows. The scenery was lush and green, up and down, granite and copse. I snapped a few photos around Colle Isarco, Italy but they do not do justice. We watched Germany gradually evolve into Italy. Everyone should take such a train trip, in the daytime.
We arrived in Bolzano about 8:30pm. It was still light and we found the hotel right away.