>This is the view behind my apartment, so I had to go into the neighborhood to get a shot of them. It’s hard to make out but in the middle of that white stuff is the Seegrube, with a ski lift station, a hotel and restaurant, and a cafe with a sunny terrace. Perfectly good skiing up there, I’ve been told. The collection of houses about 900 meters up the mountain is the Hungerburg.
A piece of hidden Innsbruck: a working farm, almost smack in the middle of town. They have dairy cows too. And all around, apartments and shop buildings.
Recommended Reading: Some Favorite Posts
"Your blog is terrific. Great writing."
"I am vicariously enjoying your hikes. Lets me sit here with my cup of tea while you toil up and down the hills and take beautiful photos. Thanks!"
"I'm enjoying your writing. You have such a personal voice, strong and warm with a good edge."
"Dein Blog ist zu einem festen Bestandteil meiner online- Lesekultur geworden- du bereicherst jeweils meinen Tag."
"You seem to get around on topics -- as I recall, pretty much everything from local resistance to Nazis to now green roofs. That's what I like about your blog -- if you find it interesting, important, or amusing, you blog about it and your personality, as far as I can tell, really comes through. Great job. — And the pictures are just awesome. "
"Just wanted to drop you a note and tell you how much I enjoy your blog. ... Keep up the good work and hopefully one day when I am back in Innsbruck i can hear you sing."
"Great blog, I really like the way you write about Land und Leute."
- current events
- Life Abroad
- lives of others
- reading list
- Roman roads