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... fee is €9.50, so I would recommend that you go up there on an evening and view it and save yourself the quite hefty entry fee! Innsbruck Tourist Information offer the Innsbruck Card which offers you entry into all of the city's attractions at €33 for 24 hours, €41 for 48 hours and €47 for 72 hours. I personally didn't buy the card as there are many free places that you can visit such as the Cathedral St. James which has some incredible, ...
Head in the clouds and a REAL adventurer.
Over the years I have met many motorcycle riders and offered them a place to stay at my home. Several readers of this blog are amongst them. Some stayed a day , some a month and some longer. Whenever I invited them I was serious about the offer and so I take it that when people invite me they are acting likewise. These chance meetings often turn into long lasting friendships. A ...
Day 286 4 hrs, 4.4 kms I do stop in a fairly large city on the way. I do want to get a better feel for this unique Italian-Austrian region. It feels strange to get off a train and immediately find myself in a town--almost feels like I'm cheating or something! It also feels strange to walk block after block, and the city just continues and continues... I've gotten used to villages that take 10 to 15 minutes to cross. Finally ...
... the main town of Mals. Here I come across another--much uglier--fortress: a concrete dome in the middle of the field that looks like a grim reminder of another war: World War II. Mals is a larger towns, with all the shops I need to stock up on supplies--and some cool towers to give it some character. I've gotten my second wind and am really enjoying this Superhike once again. However, I'm getting the feeling that this is a ...
Day 285 5 hrs, 8 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 29.6 kms Technically I'm in Italy, but as my friend in Flies reminded me, this region is historically and culturally part of Austria. Even now it has some autonomy, with it's own transportation system and education system (German first, then Italian) All the towns have both German and Italian names. The whole area still has a pretty Austrian "feel" to it. My first town Curon Venosta, is actually a ...