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... Sunday Reese and I ventured up to a new Hutte that is about 1000 vertical meters above our house. I think the opportunity to hike from the house is also truly unique where on average you can be in high alpine (above 1500 m) within 1 hour of hard uphill hiking. We shared a coke and sprite on the deck of the Hutte with the sun setting in the background. It was very Austrian...I also like the fact that she can climb as quickly as me and so the exploration potential is increasing every week!
... for a walking tour of a very pretty Innsbruck (our hotel is in the center of town). While we obviously enjoyed the sights of Italy, it was great to be in the mountains again and see Bavarian (in this case Tyrolean) architecture.
We took a cable car one third of the way to the top of surrounding mountains. Tried to catch the gondola to the top but ...
This entry is going to be devoted to a picture of day to day in Innsbruck. We've been here for just over 6 weeks and we are starting to sort things out. For the most part, it is the regular routine - girls go to school, Michael and I go to work, we have activities in the evening, etc. But there are some differences
One of the major differences revolves around food (of course!). Grocery store - beer/wine aisle here is as big as the cereal aisle at home. Cereal aisle here is ...
We were supposed to take the cable cars and cog wheel train to Alpspix and Zugspitz for Adrian's birthday but it snowed overnight and both mountains were covered in cloud. We had to come up with a plan B and found the very pretty town of Mittenwald was close by. The buildings in this part of Bavaria are painted with murals which is quite different to other areas. We spent time wandering the streets and spending some tourist euros. We also found a good bakery/cafe and indulged ...
... on site which were fun to sample as we worked our way up the street to. I managed to get into a few outdoor/ski stores and like most Austrian valleys the stores are stuffed with quality gear for summer and winter. And for the geography interested readers the end of the valley holds the only skiable glacier that is open 365 days a year for alpine skiing. The other aspect of this cultural immersion is I have not thought about the Oilers once. That has been healthy for my blood pressure.