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Friday, we left Lake Bled in Slovenia and rejoined the motorway on which we had arrived to go northwards. After stopping at the services to purchase the required vignette we entered Austria via the impressive Karawanken tunnel. At 7864m long it is one of the longest we have used this trip. We were soon driving through typical alpine scenery with the hillsides dotted with chalet buildings bedecked with floral balconies, which were set amidst lush green ...
... finally reached the other in-operation chairlift, and finally found somewhere we could have lunch. It was more of a proper alpine restaurant rather than a quaint hut, but we were just happy to have some food. I had spinach ravioli, and Jess had a platter of various sliced meats, cheeses and bread. The walk back to the chairlift we'd come up on was only about a 20 minute return along the main path, but across it were two thin sticks of plastic - one from each side ...
... to our room. When we came down, one of the other Australians had smelled our veggies burning and thankfully taken them out of the oven. I thought they were just right for a roast, but Jess was a bit disappointed. The schnitzels themselves were pretty nice, as anything fried in that much oil would be. Tomorrow we will do the Grand Hut walk, which is a multi-hour walking track that has food huts along the path where you can buy little traditional Austrian snacks. Sounds like our kind of ...
... don't get from stealth camping. The ride to Austria would take about 5.5 hours of actual riding, so I wanted to get up at 6, which meant that we needed an early night - around 10.45 or so we shuffled off to bed. Everyone else of course stayed up, but that was fine. I got to sleep quite quickly, but then at about 2:30 I got woken up by a bunch of people cheering. I think the World Cup of something must have been on, and a bunch of people must have stayed up to watch it. As the ...
... ride made up for the fiasco and provided a different look on Salzburg and the surrounding countryside. I grabbed a bite to eat before the tour and ended up buying a whole container of Nutella... I don't know why I bought it (duh because it's liquid chocolate gold) especially when it weighs a lot. I walked around Berchtesgaden for a little bit and saw the whole town. I can see why the Nazi elite retreated to this mountain side. The tour was quite ...
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