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... Run auf Tickets sein.
170€ für einen Stehplatz find ich zwar ziemlich sportlich, aber ab und zu darf man sich auch etwas gönnen - dafür darf er dann aber auch gerne 4 Stunden spielen ;)
Frag sich nur für welches Konzert ich jetzt versuche ein Ticket zu bekommen - meine Reiseroute steht ja noch nicht so wirklich fest ;)
Aber jetzt höre ich mich erstmal in die Alben rein!
... attraction at Innsbruck is the Golden Roof. The roof of a building is foiled with gold and is a nice backdrop to the huge lit-up Christmas tree in the centre of town. Both needing a new pair of pants, we ducked into the local H&M and spent around €20 each on a pair. With the shopping done, we noticed lots of young people walking into a make-shift bar selling this hot punch for €2 each. We decided to check it ...
... Was pretty amazing, with the highlight being the largest crystal in the world. This is definitely something my mother would have really enjoyed!
City view from the ..... tower was pretty stunning and so it should be after climbing a huge amount of stairs on a full belly of Wiener Schnitzel! Man that was hard, i think we both got the meat sweats.
The Christmas market lights and crowds of people in the small streets and ally-ways added to the view and gave it a really ...
Winter Alps Adventure
Cortina, Italy to Seefeld, Austria 15-11-12
After sitting up for hours last night doing my blog and photos I really did not want to get out my bed this morning. The other problem I had was the big decision of what I was going to do today?
I could head back up over the pass out of Cortina towards the frozen lake at Misurina and carry on into Austria. I know the scenery along that route is fantastic and the passes are wonderful. ...
... got started, we were just lured from one exhibit to the next. It was the type of museum that you’d get a yearly pass to and still have lots to see every time you went. The electronic guide was very informative and interactive. You just had to scan the exhibit you were looking at and it pulled up the relevant information and often provided additional photographs or background information. On a high level, the museum covered ...