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... most of it and headed to the old quarter for dinner. There was a show on as we arrived. Seemed like medieval play (you know those people who dress up in medieval garb and play with swords etc), but in German, and with fire dancers. The fire dancers were performing for the king for context... Anyway, we have seen better fire dancers in Bali, and so headed though the crowd to a restaurant. Had a great meal well into the evening amongst cobble stones and candle ...
... in the painted roof had us in awe. Initially it was thought we may be able to tour the distillery and brewery but we couldn't decipher the signage well enough to work out where that might be. On the road once more, but this time with our hotel in Innsbruck, Austria as our destination. The drive was nice, more rolling fiends of green and alps, cows, little villages, etc you all get the picture and the understanding of just how much we love the alps. Along the way, ...
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, ...
Sun (July 26) - Our Sunday morning walk in Innsbruck started by passing a group of nuns who were having much fun singing with each other. As we came into view they continued signing with full voices. Innsbruck has towering mountains pressed up against the city. We took a gondola up to the highest peak (Hafelekar) and hiked part of the way down (see pics). The slopes were wicked steep and we were wishing we had our trekking poles with us. As we headed out ...
... zone with cobbled streets and nicely restored buildings. But there is not much else of note in the city, the other attractions are the surrounding mountains that would supply all sorts of snow sports in winter (they've had the Winter Olympics here). During summer months the mountains are used for hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking etc. Our first day here we decided to head up a mountain using a funicular (a train that goes up steep hills) and then two cable cars. ...