Innsbruck is such a cool city. Nestled in between the high Alps it is only natural that it hold the status as the Capitol of the Alps.
We did not have to hand back the bikes until late afternoon, so we decided to spend the day exploring the city. The rain clouds from last night were nowhere to be seen and it felt good with an easy day just drifting around looking at the life of Innsbruck.
Several cups of coffee and glasses of milk later (the fat sweet milk in this area is unbeatable) we needed to carry on North, and took the train to Garmisch area.
We hiked into the big lake Plansee, and arrived long after dark. By chance we stumbled across what seemed to be a charming, closed farmstead a bit up the hillside from the lake. Along the side of the house, we found an about 8m long horse-crib, half a meter up from the ground – just long enough for all 4 of us stretching out. The best outdoor bed any of us had ever had!
We cooked the big and by now repetitive meal with steaks, spaghetti, mozzarella and tomatoes, before dozing off into the starry night in the crib.