Hotel Silzer Hof
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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!
... planet guide it is very rare to get checked but we still counted ourselves lucky! Being at the train station 40 minutes early meant Ash had another opportunity to take some photos of the Grand Canal. The light was pretty so it was worth it. It was a one hour and 10 minute train to Verona where we had a one hour stop before getting our Austrian train to Innsbruck. The train ride was simply stunning. There were huge mountains ...
... Makes a change to NZ slopes that are mostly freezing. Got some really good pictures of the mountains along with some nice cheesy ones of us too :)
Also half way up the mountain was an alpine zoo. Never been to one of those, so we decided to check it out. Housed all sorts of cool animals, our favourite being the bear that continued to dig a great big hole and show off to the on lookers, he was pretty cool.
They have an ice rink in the middle of the city and we happen to ...
... end and sure enough I did.
I followed a sign saying “Hotel open” and sure enough it was open. By the time I parked up in the car park the temp gauge was reading -1 and I was frozen. As I walked into the hotel entrance hall the heat just hit me!! It was like walking into an oven but was a great feeling.
This hotel looked great but when told it will cost me 160 euro for a single room I decided I was not that desperate and can certainly go ...
... like wood figures (it almost felt like you were in a wax museum): when the museum creators had thought about wanting to capture the traditional garb of the various peoples of the Tyrol area, they commissioned a sculptor to carve life size models on which the clothes could be displayed. The sculptor sought out real people from each area, sketched them, and then carved life-size figures in their exact image!