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I did a whole lot of research yesterday which counted for nothing today as we completely changed our plans. I was going to take Kerry to some ice caves and the pretty town of Helstatt but it meant a bit of back tracking and we decided to push on towards Croatia. Because I refused to drive on the motorways so we could see more of Austria it took us from 10.15 till 5.15 pm to get to our destination. There was ...
... Upon arrival it was just a short walk to the hotel. A real tray of a four star luxury after the cheap places of the past few days. It was half board and included free entry into the thermal baths and spa resort. Bliss. The room was lovely so after a shower Beaver head off for some rest and relaxation in the spa. After a few hours it was time to dress for dinner which was an Adriatic buffet. After which she ( now almost comatose) turned in for the ...
Today we picked up a rental car and headed for the mountains! As with many rentals, we got something bigger than we reserved because that was what they had...it's not too big though, and so far it has treated us well. Grant is getting back into the hang of driving a stick shift and Bonnie is navigating us through the mountain roads. The scenery today was just beautiful. So much green! We saw tons of paragliders and a few hang gliders ...
... we can add to the blog during and after our trip.
As regards our Romanian holiday we have booked our accommodation, a real mixture of smart(ish) hotels, wayside B&Bs and self catering. We have the outline of a route-around 4000 kms in total taking us over the Transalpina and the Transfagarasan via a few castles all the way to the Danube Delta on the Black Sea and back via the Iron Gate Gorge,Belgrade and Zargreb.
... we could only imagine how they did it. I recalled passing a sign at some point that indicated a toll road but nothing eventuated for over 150km. To my surprise after riding down a gradual incline for what seemed like at least half an hour we rounded a bend and were presented with a six lane toll booth. The toll appeared to be 11 euro and we only had about 5 euros on us so a bit of panic set in mostly on my part. Luckily my alert passenger came to ...