Panhans Grand Hotel
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... traditional Austrian villages. Rural Austria has blown us away! It's so beautiful! We are on the road heading south, the Austrian autobahn goes through the alps, with 3km long tunnels and spectacular views. Whitewashed walls and red roofed little towns- undulating hills and layer upon layer of farms! We've travelled 100meters up then 1000 m down over hill and dale. This is really enchanting! We ...
... the war the camp was then used to house 25,000 Germans who awaited war time trials. The barracks got destroyed by fire in 1962 and only the first of 36 buildings that housed over 300 prisoners was rebuilt to show the cramped living conditions. It has been a rather morbid but interesting morning trying to take in all the information provided and walking through areas where so much suffering and death occured. It's not a place I would of chosen to have gone but I'm glad I ...
... Mariazell famous for it's big catholic cathedral. We stop for a wander and the opportunity to buy another sticker for the panniers.
Back at Kalte Kuchl the place is heaving with local bikers out to enjoy the late evening sunshine.
260 kilometres on some of the best roads in the world - thank you so much Klaus.
... runs the busy Gasthof but also the farm in which it stands.
He is taking a day off tomorrow, and would we like to make a small tour with him in the surrounding mountains? Well you don't turn down an offer like that do you? He rides a fully-rigged Gold Wing.
i think back to earlier in the year when I was in Friedrichstadt in the Black Forest and a massive Gold Wing Owners Club rally turned up in the town ...
The heavens have opened! It is our final night in Austria and we are having a meal with the lovely Christoph! He bought us all Jagermeister - bleugh :)!!
Sad to be going home tomorrow but it has been an amazing journey and I loved every minute.