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... Run auf Tickets sein.
170€ für einen Stehplatz find ich zwar ziemlich sportlich, aber ab und zu darf man sich auch etwas gönnen - dafür darf er dann aber auch gerne 4 Stunden spielen ;)
Frag sich nur für welches Konzert ich jetzt versuche ein Ticket zu bekommen - meine Reiseroute steht ja noch nicht so wirklich fest ;)
Aber jetzt höre ich mich erstmal in die Alben rein!
... which was located in the Old Town. We must have taken the long way there but eventually found it and checked into our lovely room that looked over the Christmas markets in the streets below. Not wanting to waste a second of daylight (it was already after 3pm by this stage), we dropped off our gear and headed for the river across the road to get some shots. The mountains around Innsbruck are known for their ski slopes. ...
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 ...
... to have done the job.
After filling up in Cortina I as before struggled to find the way out of this town. This town seems to have a rather strange street layout. The satnav tells you to turn down a tiny small street which looks more like someone's garden drive and so you ignore it and continue only to find its sending you down yet another tiny garden path. Finally I decide to trek down these tiny roads and sure enough it finally gets me onto the correct road for ...
... 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!