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Fantastic, great bargain, great location, great breakfast. 15 minute walk to the old town (just right) to get the hobbits worn out for dinner, then get them tired so they can sleep! Stay here. And there's a waterfall on site!
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... congregate at the better stops. On the way into Innsbruck Bern decided to do a side trip up to the ski jump that was built for the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics. Of course being up high it have us a fabulous view over the city. Coming down into the city, being a Sunday with not many cars around, Bern decided to "do a dodgy" and Mario stopped the coach and we all jumped off the coach for a real quick look at the Wiltern basilica. We ...
Early morning we went to Oberammergau, which is famous for painting on the wall. We took picture with the little red hood. They also have a church with the Russian dome style. A short ride brought us to Linderhof. It is a mini-palace. We only looked at the outside. There is a 30-m tall fountain that runs every 30 minutes.
We walked around and ...
... cheese and fried bacon) from a local grocery store. The train climbed steadily up the mountain. To prevent it from slipping, a rack was laid along the centre of the two train tracks, allowing pinions in each cars' drive to pull it up the steep incline. For 45 minutes the train passed ski chalets, alpine lakes and through dark tunnels, providing picturesque views to accompany our lunch. At the end of the line we filed with the other passengers out of the train and past ...
... chillier then the high 60s in Innsbruck. After lunch we went up to the top and Matt and me did a short hike to the peak of the mountain. It was so pretty but we were both freezing so we didn't stay up to long. After the mountain Matt and me went and walked around old town. It was a very historic area, with lots of shops and cafés. We had some coffee before heading back to the hotel for a short break. Later ...
We walked back down the hiking trail and then hiked a separate trail past an old cabin to a slightly lower peak. In the distance we watched some professional hikers climb down from Klettern auf der Nordkette, a high rocky peak that went straight up. Now while there were professionals on the peak, there were also some idiot students from China who decided it would be a good idea to climb the peak as well … in keds. It looked like they got a short way up ...