(Rum is not liquor, it is a village in Tyrol, in this case.)
One day, I went out to the suburbs by a post auto at front of the central station.
There is a large building of ILF Beratende Ingenieure (ILF Consulting Engineers) near and I began walking toward the bus had left.
“Es ist ein Dorf genannt der Rum hier, und diese Kapelle ist Marienkapelle. “I do not understand German. Probably I thought that he said “It is a village called Rum here, and this chapel is a Virgin Mary Chapel.” in this way. I said “Danke. Auf Wiedersehen.”
Rum is located in the Austrian state of Tyrol on the eastern border of Innsbruck in the administrative district of Innsbruck-Land.
As Rum is in the proximity of the city of Innsbruck, its population has greatly increased and it has become one of the richest municipalities in the state. It has a population of 8940 in 2014.
It would be the time to go back to the hotel in Innsbruck. After this I took a bus and went back to Innsbruck.