Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Carinzia
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... as a gateway between Eastern and Western Europe and has suffered political strife and hardship as a result. Although the people of Friuli are fairly introverted, they are proud of the produce from their land - we have discovered that the prosciutto is second to none and the wine is pretty good too (at 4 Euros a bottle). Today, we discovered the main towns in the area. Udine, the largest town, has a tumultuous history. Its castle ...
... was a pretty fast process as they keep all your info in a database - so efficient!
After last year’s immigration debacle and refused visa extension it was pretty great to have things here go so smoothly. Meanwhile the poor souls trying to migrate from Africa via Italy are dying when their boats capsize and the Italians just don’t have the resources to help everyone. This is a huge humanitarian issue, and all of Europe should ...
From Buehl to Seeboden
Visiting Friends and Staying in Unterhaus
Driving from Buehl, Baden-Baden area to Seeboden-Unterhaus - 611 km - 7 hours
- A5: Karlsruhe
- A10, A8, A99, A8: Pforzheim, Stuttgart, ...
... or just has the same name... The drive up it was pretty crazy, it was a little bendy road up the side of the mountain. It went past a waterfall which was mostly frozen over and was very impressive. We also took a gondola there to the top of the mountain from where we were practicing but we didn't ski down because it looked very steep! We have our rental stuff for another day so I think we are going up another slope tomorrow to give that a shot.
... in stone) it did feel a bit un-Christmassy. No carols. No tinsel. No endless gorging on ham, turkey, pudding and drinkypoos. However it most definitely will be one to remember.
Xmas Eve: After resting and recovering from Day 4 skiing we gathered around our minimalist Xmas alter (aka wicker tree) and opened a much reduced from usual pressie pile (which I quite liked... I tend to get ...