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In den tour-freien U2-Jahren muss man auf Alternativen ausweichen.
Seit Tagen/Wochen wurde drüber spekuliert und seit heute steht fest: BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN spielt ab Mitte März 4 Konzerte (Zeit genug für mehr wäre vorhanden) in Australien.
Stationen sind Brisbane, Sydney, Victoria und Melbourne:
14.03.13 Brisbane, Entertainment Centre
18.03.13 Sydney, Allphones Arena
... attraction at Innsbruck is the Golden Roof. The roof of a building is foiled with gold and is a nice backdrop to the huge lit-up Christmas tree in the centre of town. Both needing a new pair of pants, we ducked into the local H&M and spent around €20 each on a pair. With the shopping done, we noticed lots of young people walking into a make-shift bar selling this hot punch for €2 each. We decided to check it ...
... Was pretty amazing, with the highlight being the largest crystal in the world. This is definitely something my mother would have really enjoyed!
City view from the ..... tower was pretty stunning and so it should be after climbing a huge amount of stairs on a full belly of Wiener Schnitzel! Man that was hard, i think we both got the meat sweats.
The Christmas market lights and crowds of people in the small streets and ally-ways added to the view and gave it a really ...
... and the mountains on which they were on seemed more like planets!!! The sheer size is just out of this world.
After lunch and a walk along the cliff edge I jumped back on my bike and continued further along this wonderful road. Soon I decided it was time to turn back as I seen a sign saying “Passo Giau 15km” which meant it was leading me back to that junction from where I was earlier.
The rest of the day was simply taken up by ...
... 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!