It’s hard not to fall in love with Austria and Southern Germany when everywhere you look, you think you’re in a storybook.
We stopped briefly in Innsbruck for an afternoon to walk around. Innsbruck is located halfway between Munich and Verona (Italy). We didn’t make it to either one this Fall, but we will someday.
It’s kind of picturesque…don’t you think?
It’s located in Western Austria, nestled in the mountains at over 7600 feet.
We opted for an easy meal to please the kids. They got plain-jane cheese pizza, and I got some spinach with feta.
We did not get this for dessert. I can’t even begin to image what this gelatin tastes like!
A European parking lot:
It was colorful and vibrant everywhere we looked in Innsbruck!
Would you like these for your dining room table? Come on…you know you do!
I don’t think these photos were from the same café…but they’re both fairly entertaining!
We stopped for awhile in front of the Innsbruck Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of St. James. It’s an 18th Century Baroque chapel, and it created a great backdrop for a few photos.
Caught in action:
Laughing because I’m laughing…
And then realizing that I’m laughing at him…
Ella honing her photography skills:
Another dot on the map…another win for Austria!!! Take me back!