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30.03.13 Macedon Ranges, Hanging Rock
Die üblichen bekannten Songs aus dem Radio kenne ich natürlich auch, aber die Konzerte dieses Jahr habe ich verpasst bzw. mich dafür noch nicht wirklich interessiert. Nach einem wirklich schönen U2-Forum-Weihnachtstreffen in München letztes Wochenende muss ich den "Boss" aber auch endlich mal austesten :)
... burger for dinner before heading back to the hotel. The hotel has a 'wellness centre' with an indoor pool, many saunas and relaxation areas. Ash was keen for a sauna but Lauren wasn't. Ash went up by himself and had a Finnish sauna experience. We had an early night ready to get up early to take a few more photos in the morning before getting the 10.36 train to Munich. Innsbruck was great! We would definitely like to come back again ...
No rest for the wicked, we are off to see the Swarovski Kristallwelten. Its a 20min trip out of the city and when you get there you are greeted by face bedded into a grassy bank with water streaming from its mouth into a pool beneath. Lights either side guide you up the path way. As you enter you are blown away by crystal and shiny things everywhere. . As you go through the cave of 'every girls dream', you get to see all sorts of exhibits showing off Swarovski crystal in its ...
... I much prefer the smaller country hotels.
The road leading to Seefeld from the motorway is extremely steep and is simply another pass in its own right. There are loads of hotels but just like further back in the Dolomites they are all closed for the season.
I was now well over 1000m high and as the sun went down it became extremely cold. I was freezing and now desperate to find a hotel for some warmth. I knew if I just kept going I would fine somewhere ...
... chairs and stools
· Farm life: an impressive array of decorative butter molds, animal bells including beautifully carved goat yokes, butter churns and milking stools, and flour chests. Flour was stored in a chest and the owner would smooth out the top layer and then make and indentation with a stamp. This served to identify the owner and also if it was disturbed, he would know that someone had stolen from it!