Innsbruck

We visited the magical old city of Innsbruck (meaning bridge on the Inn River) with its notable Golden Roof, Rococo architecture and trompe l’oeil church ceiling. In the afternoon we climbed to high Alpine terrain, 2256 m,  using the Hungerburg funicular and two cable cars. It was cold and barren up top with circling birds , a very few tenacious wild flowers and mountain goats for company. image

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6 Comments

  1. What fabulous scenery – great photos! Looks like just a wonderful trip.

    • Thanks Jill! It was an amazing trip.
      xine

  2. So beautiful! The building reminds me of wedding cake….loving living vicariously through your photos!

    • Hi Tammy
      Thanks so much for the comments! I’ve visited your blog too and am enjoying it.
      xine

  3. Very positive blog feedback from my friends and family :-)

    • Hi Maggie
      Great to hear from you! Thanks so much for passing on the comments. Hope to see you cycling soon.
      xine

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