It was raining, so that answered my question of whether to go up one of the cable cars on my last day. Instead I went back to the town centre.
The firefighters had set up and even bigger display.
It’s a tiny Unimog! I want one!
Airport appliance. Note the cannon on top.
Historic engine, with historic uniforms in the background.
I don’t know why they need a hovercraft. Better to have one and not need it, I suppose.
If you are visiting Garmisch there are public toilets near the information office (50 cents and NO change given!) but in the Kurpark they have free ones.
I went to the Kurpark and had a sandwich for lunch. They have a display of model historic houses from the area.
I caught the train to Innsbruck. The ticket says you need to print it out if you’re going over the border, but you don’t.
I arrive late afternoon and caught the tram to my hostel.
View from my room
Contrary to their advertising they do NOT have a laundry. It was also, unlike my previosu accommodation, full of foreigners. Hmph! I caught the tram back to town to find somewhere to do my laundry. Four Euros for a load of washing! Fortunately the industrial nuclear-powered dryer had it dry in 10 minutes, so the drying was only 1 Euro more.
I went to a supermarket and bought some sandwich makings for dinner. I then walked about the town a bit.
There happened to be a blues festival going on in the square. This included some ‘funky accordion’. The mixture of old and new! This monument was alo in the square. They do like arches here. I set out for the bar someone had told me I must visit. As it turned out the bar (on the 7th floor) was far too fancy and far too crowded for me to get in to, but I did take a photo from the corridor outside.