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Travel Blogs from Schladming
... over for a pre-function before dinner...it was really great!
Dinner was lake trout and apple strudel for dessert...very nice.
Time to hit the hay for an early day tomorrow.
Love to all,
Mary, Dar, Don and Cindy
PS. Having trouble getting pictures uploaded...might be hotel wifi. If it doesn't work soon I will try again in Vienna tomorrow.
... br> Jenny took us to the Rontgen Museum, and would you believe it the man who invented X-rays yes he came from Remscheid. Doug's little face lit up, I think we were the
only ones there at that time. As British visitors, we were given a copy of the museum's book. Probably pass it onto Charlotte when complete (bet you can't wait!)
Then we only went to the only tool museum in Germany (Remscheid is a big tool town) Doug was in his element. The pictures ...
... 45minute climb to reach the slopes one day which was not nice! Ben took a tumble on some wet wood and for the first time ever i saw him fall....hard...smacking his hand on something and giving him a nice cut, poor Ben, he got lots of sympathy Sally-Jane I promise as it looked sore!
Having cooked in the van and stayed there for two nights we heard whispers of the mythical 'joker card' of Saalbach-Hinterglem and went on our way to see whether the rumours were true...
... to find the little jetty at our campsite which is supposed to take you straight across to St Wolfgang for 3.5 Euro so we drove and parked instead.
Geek Note: Accidentally filled up with Premium diesel and saw 52 MPG on the readout plus 36 after our towing move to Innsbruck. This seems to be 5 MPG more than the 30 we are getting when tootling along at the relaxing 80kph (50mph: convert by timesing kph by 6) when towing - this needs ...
... about 40 min to reach the summit where tea and coffee and probably strudel can be had whilst enjoying the views. Going up was easier than coming down it was a real bone shaker could not take photos as our hands shook so much.
The pictures speak for ...