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... if it is possible to be both those things at the same time. It didn't seem too hot as the humidity was not high but I do have a sore little toe on my left foot. The views were spectacular and I will let the photos do the talking. The path was good for the most part but very narrow and right on the edge of the mountain, looking down to a deep valley and of course there were no fences. The ascent part at the beginning was easier ...
... heritage, orderliness and discipline are all Austrian. After a lovely breakfast including scrambled eggs with speck, I went for a walk around the village. I was particularly impressed with the graveyard in the Church as all the graves are beautifully tended with lovely flowers growing on them and each one has an individually designed cast or wrought iron head piece which I found unusual. I guess when it is a small village and many families have lived here ...
... amazing amount of gear - a chamois leather quiver, 14 arrow shafts 2 with flint arrowheads, stag antler arrow tips, antler, string, a dagger and sheath, animal sinew, a backpack made on a u-shaped hazel wood frame with two larch boards and hide, birch bark containers with maple leaves to transport burning embers, belt pouch with tools, sloe berry fir vitamins and minerals, grains (the oldest fully preserved grains in the world). He also ...
Once back down, we caught our bus back to Fussen and walked to our hotel for an afternoon rest.
The good news is that Carolyn’s cold is waning – but, guess what, we share and share alike, so Frank now has it. The rest was good to recuperate a little before a delicious dinner at San Marco restaurant in the Alstadt (Old Town). We had eaten dinner there two years ago, and when ...
There was a lot of apprehension today as we were entering uncharted waters beyond our comfort zone. Would our outfit make it up the hills, would we crash and burn on the downhill stretches (well it was obviously ok as I'm still alive to write this?)To go from Fussen to Garda there is the motorway OR the scenic route involving the Fern Pass, most of which is OK for caravans but one part ...
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