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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
... burger for dinner before heading back to the hotel. The hotel has a 'wellness centre' with an indoor pool, many saunas and relaxation areas. Ash was keen for a sauna but Lauren wasn't. Ash went up by himself and had a Finnish sauna experience. We had an early night ready to get up early to take a few more photos in the morning before getting the 10.36 train to Munich. Innsbruck was great! We would definitely like to come back again ...
... made goodies like gingerbread houses for sale for Christmas that are gorgeous (my next project), handmade chocolates and biscuits. Every looks so dangerously delicious. The windows of our 4 story b&b have been decorated to look like an advent calender, which looks pretty cool if you ask me (we are no. 13). As you walk out of our door you are welcomed by Christmas markets, lights, food, gifts, music and more. These have been occupying our time at night, as we both cant resist ...
It’s a long steep climb out of Cortina and the views of the town from the road above are magical. It is rather cold at 3 Celsius this morning but it really does not feel anywhere near as cold as it is. As I head up the Giau pass the road is terribly icy. Water from the snow covered hills has made rivers over the road which in turn has turned to ice overnight, however this is no longer a problem to me and I simply ride right through these ice ...
... chairs and stools
· Farm life: an impressive array of decorative butter molds, animal bells including beautifully carved goat yokes, butter churns and milking stools, and flour chests. Flour was stored in a chest and the owner would smooth out the top layer and then make and indentation with a stamp. This served to identify the owner and also if it was disturbed, he would know that someone had stolen from it!