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... trap, no doubt, but I've wanted to visit it. I had no idea that Germany and Austria were so devout in the Catholic religion. We saw wood carved crucifixes along the roadside and here and there on mountain sides. Our guide told us it was not a marking for accidents or anything tragic, it was just a place for hunters or woodsman to go and pray when they were away from the village.
Our final destination for the evening was Innsbruck, a lovely city with a ...
... than the tunnels the trip was uneventful til we got to Innsbruck. The Altstadt (old town) christmasmarket had started on the weekend. Our hotel was on the christmasmarket street. After a couple of misses and drive bys we finally pulled into the market, found the hotel and the receptionist told John where the parking was and that he needed to do a U turn and get off the street right away! The car is parked until we leave on Thursday.
... sure feels cold. However that was not what was worrying me now as here at the
summit there were big red barriers across the road and there at the side was a
temporary little rough road leading down the mountain. It had temporary signs
with the names of towns on them but were these small local towns or were they
towns on this main route and was this just a works detour or is the main pass
I decided to chance this little road and of course ...
... which to a lot of people would qualify as pretty old. The building sits at the end of a large square which also has one of the former royal palaces on one side as well. We then made our way over to the Englischer Garten (or English Garden) which is one of the largest urban public parks in the world, bigger than Central Park. While it wasn’t exactly the kind of day for exploring the entire park, we did have a walk around and it was very pretty. Certainly during spring ...
... moved to first class where we are supposed to be. The train was actually quite busy, with a bit of a battle to get seats – perhaps we should not have taken the advice that we did not need to reserve.
The scenery was of the Austrian and at times German countryside. We did not see many animals - Marion saw about 5 sheep and about 7 cows but was too slow to get the camera out. We saw a lot of corn and for the main what ...