Hotel Astoria Kuhtai
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... 13 Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena
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 :)
... blue-green streams. We went through the famous Brenner Pass where cars and trucks use and impressive bridge that is over 1300m above sea level. As we came into Innsbruck we knew we were in for a treat. The clouds that had been lingering through northern Italy had cleared and we got the most beautiful view of the snow-capped mountains surrounding Innsbruck. We got off the train and orientated ourselves and headed towards the ...
... past when a show was on. Guys were on unicycles doing really cool tricks, some even with fire. A small group of girls did an ice skating dance routine which was pretty good.
We were going to try and make it out to the Olympic skate ring while we were here so Dan could throw on some ice skates for the first time, but didn't quite work out for us, which is unfortunate, as that would have been heaps of fun.
There is not a hell of a lot to see here in Innsbruck, so ...
... here they might as well keep it open. 38 Euro for the room which is fantastic compared to that other rip-off hotel and I get breakfast in this one!!
Tomorrows plan is to get about half way to Amsterdam and stopover somewhere along the way. It’s about 600 miles to Amsterdam and could be done in a day but it’s not worth it as I would miss the 17h30 ferry to Newcastle and would have to stay in Amsterdam another night anyway.
And that’s today’s ...
... exhibit: recreated a typical photo studio from the early days of photography with actual photographic equipment from the time including flashes, shades, cameras, negative plates
Our visit to the museum also included a visit to the neighbouring church which is famous for the imperial tomb of Emperor Maximilian I, a member of the Habsburg family (a family that we’d continue to learn about at various other museums). ...