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... trap, no doubt, but I've wanted to visit it. I had no idea that Germany and Austria were so devout in the Catholic religion. We saw wood carved crucifixes along the roadside and here and there on mountain sides. Our guide told us it was not a marking for accidents or anything tragic, it was just a place for hunters or woodsman to go and pray when they were away from the village.
Our final destination for the evening was Innsbruck, a lovely city with a ...
... than the tunnels the trip was uneventful til we got to Innsbruck. The Altstadt (old town) christmasmarket had started on the weekend. Our hotel was on the christmasmarket street. After a couple of misses and drive bys we finally pulled into the market, found the hotel and the receptionist told John where the parking was and that he needed to do a U turn and get off the street right away! The car is parked until we leave on Thursday.
... br> the direction of Amsterdam.
I have been along this road quite a few times now in the passed and so know
it well or so I thought I did.
I stopped at a roadside parking bay and took a few more shots of the Alps
and really thought that was the last and as from there I raced on as fast as I
could along this great road.
It sure is good now to be back in the more civilised country's of Europe. I
feel so much more safer riding here than those ...
... share with our spouses of course. Trevor and Bree’s meals were delectable as well and certainly no one made a bad choice. Although we were all stuffed after our main courses we decided that a little something sweet wouldn’t hurt so we settled on the Swiss Torte to share, thinking of course that we would end up with a rich chocolate dish to wash everything down. Well what we got was chocolate alright but with a surprising twist. This particular house ...
... why Rick Steves said Hall of Tyrol was such a wonderful little town to visit, although I will say the old town was full of beautiful buildings and an amazing church. We stopped in one of the few cafes for a very late lunch. The cafe was very cute and had been in business since the 1860s. We had a meal of buns stuffed with meat and vegetables (tasted like a pizza), a banana stuffed doughnut and water (very good) and were back on our bikes by 4.
We found a fellow ...