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... like I had been here seven hundred thousand times before.
When I yanked back the door I was blasted by a hot, moist, cloud of steam. The steam room! When my seared eyes adjusted I could see that everyone in there - sitting on benches, legs spread, were full Monty, smiled and they looked at me. I froze again. This time with the steam room door propped open in my hand, surely annoying the **** out of the naked steam room occupants... A man, right across from the ...
... facilities and, hopefully without tempting fate, peace and quiet. The site owner also chucked in several information leaflets, maps, a beautiful calendar of Slovenia, and two bottles of fresh water. Again we are surrounded by the ubiquitous mountains and fir trees. We now sit eating dinner and drinking wine in the lovingly erected wooden structure shade. Oh, and by the way, good wine here is £1.50 a bottle, the most you can pay is about £2.50. Whoops.
I FEEL ...
... But what isn't a sight to behold in these parts? I'm currently sitting in the shade of the car on a campsite 20 miles outside Lienz, Austria, having had undoubtedly the greatest driving day of my life. A few thousand feet of lush green mountain, as manicured as any golf course, is staring down at me, incredibly steep-sided and forested on top. If I'd just been dropped here from space I'd probably say its hard to imagine a more gorgeous sight...but we've been through 155 miles of ...
The train ride from Vienna was breathtaking as we traveled through a gorgeous valley surrounded by striking mountains. Zell Am See is a beautiful town on a lake in the valley. We were so happy to see such gorgeous mountains and get out of the city even for just a day. We spent our entire time in awe of Mother ...
Today we had a break in the weather and decided to explore the mountain nearest to us, we caught the chairlift up to the highest peak and walked back...Frank met us at middle station where we stopped for coffee as after his knee surgery he can't walk down the mountain, the descent took us 3 hours to complete and very sore muscles the next day. Although at the very top of the ...