Kinderhotel "Der Jenshof"
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... to my challenge I returned via the high route which I loved, but it was a bit hairy at times.
Apparently several bloody battles during World War I took place on the Cime di Lavaredo because of its strategic position so close to the Austria-Hungary border. Italy was allied to England and France and declared war on Austria-Hungary in ...
... got really interesting when Roberto Mancini, the ex manager of Manchester City soccer team, turned up and sat right next to us. As soon as he sat down with his three phones, it seemed that all of the beach turned up to crowd around him and take photos. Joe and Ike were especially excited.
After four gelatos and fifteen swims, we left for dinner at a beautiful coastal town called Sirolo.
... to dismount and push my bike for a bit. John fared
better. We stopped for a while to watch two farmers try and herd their feisty cattle
from the farm up the road to a field. The cows were not for going quietly and
every so often a few of them would make a break for it.
When we got to the lake we realised that we had climbed just over 600 meters, no wonder my legs were exhausted.
Just before the lake is a biathlon centre for cross country ...
... needing to watch where feet were placed on the boardwalks. Then moving on to Opatija, back on the coast which had a wonderful riviera atmosphere , walked the promenade in the day and evening Unfortunately only one night here. Then the Peregrine tour ended and we had a few days lakeside at Bled From here I think it was blogged Feel free to delete but I have included you in case you might be interested in sights I encounter A busy day ...
Well the hot weather seems to behind us and we walked in light rain yesterday and today , Not cold but not pleasant once gear gets wet. Yesterday was a bit exciting as we used cable cars to get to Kitzsteinhorn, the highest accessible spot in Austria, the altitude got to me a bit, then once down, did a walk up a canyon on wooden stairway , then around a lake before staggering back to ...