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Travel Blogs from Villach
... you would be in big
I headed for the docks to see a old steam ship that is being restored there
and after that the satnav was set up to get me out of town and onwards through
Slovenia and beyond.
Down at the docks the temp was a wonderful 19 Celsius but as I started
climbing the steep roads out of the city it began to get colder by the minute
and by the time I am out the city the temp has fallen to 11 Celsius. Heated
grips went ...
... does not work. We were depending on this for communication with friends and for bookings so we have decided to leave earlier and will move to Salzburg next Tuesday for 4 nights and then to Budapest for extra two days before the Danube cruise on the 19th. Yesterday we caught the bus to Spittall en Der Drau where we had some shopping success. Mary bought boots and we both bought winter coats so we are ready for the snow. The weather has been much worse in other ...
... his head in our booth and asked if we were going to Zagreb which we confirmed we were. The train chugged on and it appeared we were stopping at the correct railways we were just late. The train from Zagreb to Villach did not require reservations so of course part way through our journey we were kicked out of our seats but much to our delight the couple whose seats we were in chatted with us all the way to Zagreb. They were from Brazil and were ...
... little orphans whose sister had left them on the train! I mean, Tanya is now a senior citizen, even though her older sister is 6 years older, that didn't matter! The older sister has more chance of dementia so Tanya should have made sure the baby sister and the demented sister were accounted for........I blame Tanya....there was no excuse for such dereliction of duty! I am considering filing a report to the Middle Sister Tribunal to get her name changed to ...
Dam just a short run from base and we passed some amazing waterfalls and arrived with not another person around - not a bad thing to be alone when you are stood on a glass platform at 200m. Back into Gmund for a look around the Porche Museum and town, quick bite to eat with a rather indulgent Iced Coffee.