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... only to be awoken, whilst in the deepest sleep, by Gilly's, what I can only call totally unnatural violent snoring. After shouting a few expletives at him to shut up, which had no effect whatsoever, I decide to get up and go back to the bar.
When I returned at 1am, Les woke up and asked me why I was dressed and was I going out?
Miles today - 120
Total mileage so far - 912
... story Swarovski store. Swarovski crystal is not only made into jewelry and home decor, but is also used in road signs as reflective material. The widely known symbol of Swarovski is the swan.
Swans were also a favorite of 'mad' King Ludwig II. The trip to the fairy tale castle of Neuschwanstein was momentarily delayed by an over sized load that was blocking a tunnel. It was just enough ...
... latest technology of the day. For nearly 20 years Ludwig II continued to build even when he was heavily in debt. In June of 1886 when the banks threatened to seize his property, he was declared insane and subsequently arrested and interned in a nearby palace (this is where the term "Crazy Ludwig" comes from). Sadly, two days later he was found dead in the lake bordering the palace. He was just 40 years ...
Just waiting to go to our late breakfast at 7am. Then we are on our way to Venice for ride on gondola and to see glass blowing at Murano one of the many islands of Venice. We arrived in Venice about 1.30pm and our private boat took us to St Mark's Square. Went to see Murano Glass Works and glass blowing. Afterwards, looked around the showroom. We were offered goods less ...
... to the eagles nest, as half the point of going is the view you get. The weather is pretty poor, with rain! However I decided that even if I couldn't see the view, it would be an interesting visit. The road to the car park was interesting enough with 24% inclines, and no warning!! You can only drive half way up and then have to take a bus the rest of the way. When you arrive, you walk through a tunnel and then get in to the lift which Hitler installed (although the ...