Some shots from around the city. Lots of “No’s” in that small park by the river Inn (Innsbruck means Inn Bridge). But Innsbruck is such a nice, clean city. The Inn meets up with the Danube eventually.
I went to an open market and bought a bracelet for 5 euro. It reminded me of going shopping in Paris with my friend Wendy (and later with my friend Greta). But this time I was with Trish, Annette, Vicki, Cathy, Monica, and Jennifer (aka The Magnificent Seven). I occasionally like to break away from the pack and our day in Innsbruck was one of those days. Later that day, Trish and I went to the Swarovski factory (another post), while the others continued to shop in town.
Trish had been to Innsbruck before and knew of this great schnapps store. The schnapps came in all flavors and you could buy however much you want. I bought some coffee-flavored and absinthe-flavored schnapps. And some peppermint. The store clerk was very patient and did not mind giving Trish, Vicki, and me endless tastes.
One of the more beautiful cathedrals in Innsbruck was St. James.
I had stopped by earlier and took this short video of the bells chiming.