- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... more than a store. Newly designed in 2007 it is the biggest Swarovski shop in the world with a unique selection imbedded in a fiction starting at night with a starry sky and guiding you through dawn and sunrise into a dome of altering daylight.
Finally the Giant’s garden awaits you with a maze, an alpine garden and extraordinary objects, insights and ...
... option of cog train all the way down. There where two trains left for the day - 3:30pm or 4:30pm. Not wanting to hang around longer than needed, and being about 20 minutes away from the train station, we made a dash for it. And success! Made it. Not an exciting trip at all (inside a cave for 3.5km). It took about 1.5 hours to get down. Which is comparable to the 1.5 hour+ line up we would have had to make on the cable car. So back in the car and back ...
... some beer and spritz. Our waitress also informed us that the building were were sitting next to was the most famous in Innsbruck, an early 15th century residence with an all gold roof, still intact to this day. Well, luckily we asked. The walk back was via a different route, being dark now, and the walk in was via neighbourhoods that well, let's just say were questionable. We did find s laundry at however.. Back in the room to shower and blog. Past midnight, going to ...
After waking up to another beautiful day in Munich, we take a cab to Sixt to pick up our 2015 BMW 530d; a fantastic car! We stop at a square on the outskirts of Munich for some pizza and calzones at an Italian cafe before making our journey to Innsbruck, Austria. Cruising down the German autobahn towards Austria is a sight that cannot be explained properly with words. It is breathtakingly beautiful and we are both in awe of the Alps that are surrounding us. Also, ...
... a larger town, which would be more appealing to the IOC. The plan worked and they got the games. The winter Olympic stadium was beautiful, but tiny in comparison to what we have seen in "modern" times. Just south of town was the Partnach gorge which was 100 ft deep with water continually carving the bottom of the gorge. About ten feet above the surface of the murky glacial torrent, workers carved a pedestrian tunnel/walkway into the mountain running ...