Travel Blogs from Pettneu, Austria

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Congratulations Ant and Caroline x x x, Pettneu, Austria travel blog

Congratulations Ant and Caroline x x x

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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Got an early start as we knew we had loads to sort out before we could start cycling, and that when we did, it was likely to be very tough. Pedaled a couple of miles into Bludenz, where we managed to get a new map, an excellent breakfast (excited to be ...

1.Etappe109Km / 2200Hm, Pettneu, Austria travel blog

1.Etappe109Km / 2200Hm

A travel blog entry by stoni


... Straße keines in Reichweite. Das machte uns aber nichts aus, denn schon bald war uns die Sonne wieder gnädig und wir kamen nach 15 Stunden trocken in St. Anton an. 106km sind wir am ersten Tag gelaufen und wir waren froh, in Pettneu angekommen zu ...

Arlberg pass, Pettneu, Austria travel blog

Arlberg pass

A travel blog entry by hendrikus1952


Vanaf Bludenz was er eigenlijk nog maar optie mogelijk: klimmen !! En niet te weinig. Eerst nog kalmpjes aan met 3-6 % maar geleidelijk gingen de percentages omhoog en werden de afstanden langer.  Stap voor stap kwam de feitelijke klim naar de ...

Austrian Alps, Pettneu, Austria travel blog

Austrian Alps

A travel blog entry by rhampshire


... , again with no problems. We passed through St Anton which looked really nice and stayed in a small village just outside it called Pettneu.  Again the campsite was really nice but when we started putting up the tent we did wander if we would have to ...

1730. A New Valley Civilization, Pettneu, Austria travel blog

1730. A New Valley Civilization

A travel blog entry by nathanphil


... 't get very wide, but it's enough for folks to grow grass and feed their dairy cattle. Another thing I notice here in Austria are a lot of women out in the fields doing very physically demanding tasks like raking and tossing hay with large rakes. But ...

On the road again, Pettneu, Austria travel blog

On the road again

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller


... fit it all into the Tom-Tom at once, so we had set off with UK, France, Belgium and Luxembourg, but not Germany and Austria.  These were saved on the laptop, and John had e-mailed instructions from the people at Tom-Tom explaining how to switch the ...

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