Hotel Neue Post
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Last night we arrived in Innsbruck in the early evening. This allowed for some time to find a hotel and walk into the centre of town to find some dinner. We came across a family restaurant, Weinerwald, where we had a family platter with more than enough food and a bottle to share, all for a very reasonable price. The food was really good too!
... across the lane from the famous Golden Roof. Thanks again to Wikipedia:
“The Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof) is a landmark structure located in the Old Town section of Innsbruck, Austria. It is considered the city's most famous symbol. Completed in 1500, the roof was decorated with 2,738 fire-gilded copper tiles for Emperor Maximilian I to mark his wedding to Bianca Maria Sforza. The Emperor and his wife ...
... recreation of the Sound of Music would be appropriate. A grassy hill was found and Marg warmed up her vocal cords. When birds flew from the surrounding trees and small animals ducked for cover we decided perhaps Julie Andrews was the gal for the job. Back at the hotel we completed our plan for the morning where we intend to travel through the alps to Villach. A Triumph dealer is located there as the bike needs a service and Margs hair is due for a service as well. ...
... passes. After a huge thunderstorm and torrential rain on the
Saturday night, the weather has been warm, if a little overcast at times. We
are in the process of trying to book a ferry home but the wild cat strikes at
Calais are causing havoc with trying to sort something out. Not to worry, I am
sure we will get home one way or another.
... traveling an extra 28kms each way. Watched the Italian locals doing hay, most of this appears to be a very manual process, hand raking in corners and down hills, funny how labour intensive it was.
Back across the border, this was noticeable, the Italian side is run down with rusted side railings where in Austria it's all galvanized again. Italians have a saying if it ain't ...