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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!
... which was located in the Old Town. We must have taken the long way there but eventually found it and checked into our lovely room that looked over the Christmas markets in the streets below. Not wanting to waste a second of daylight (it was already after 3pm by this stage), we dropped off our gear and headed for the river across the road to get some shots. The mountains around Innsbruck are known for their ski slopes. ...
... festivities and celebrations. Having explored the town a bit, we also picked up a sacher torte and apfelstrudel for desert back at camp. Sacher tortes, a regional specialty, are a soft, dry chocolate cake topped with a layer of chocolate. Both desserts were really delicious and I’m slowly coming to the conclusion that there is no such thing as a bad patisserie in Europe – there is only good, excellent, and mouth-watering. ...
... also a very bright church with white and pastel colours. There were lots of cherubs, saints on pillars, paintings, fake fabric and gold decoration. There was also a “domed” ceiling which was actually painted on a flat ceiling. We sat for a while looking all around before heading back out. We picked up a sugar doughnut on the way out and snacked on it while planning our route.
Afterwards we set off to Munich and managed to arrive at ...
... and we would have been disappointed to miss it. We headed in to the courtyard which was filled with people waiting for their tour time. I can’t imagine what the crowds would be like in the summer! This time our tour was full with about 60 people. Neuschwanstein is the castle that inspired Walt Disney’s logo and is much better known, and more impressive, than Hohenschwangau. The tour led us through some unbelievable rooms which were incredibly ornate. We ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center