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... m just going to have to take
a chance and head over the passes in hope. I could head through Austria tomorrow
and stop at my usual hotel in Seefeld and then onto my stop in Darmstadt and
finally Amsterdam. However that would mean boarding the ferry home on Sunday eve
and like most Sundays it will be full of the weekend drinkers to Amsterdam so i
think i will spare a day somewhere and sail back on the Monday sailing. Watch
Goodnight from ...
... for the train for Salzburg. We are hoping for no rain tomorrow as there are no buses so it will be a walk if we can. Well walk we did. 4 km to Milstatt to find the cafe for wifi was closed! So thought we would have an ice cream but the supermarket was closed too! Then it started to drizzle!! So we walked back to Delach to the flat. A bit tired when we got here. Today our last day here we caught the bus to Spitall and went to the cafe to check our mail. Then tried ...
Today we farewell Salzburg! Our plans were clear and simple. Leave our hotel by taxi to train station. Catch train at 10.12am to Villach . Once in Villach alight and take the bus to Venice. Simple! Not so simple if you miss the name of the station you are supposed to get off and just sit there chatting! Suddenly, as the train is pulling out from the station....Sheree said..Oh, aren't we supposed to get off at Villach! Look around for Tanya and Tony....they have ...
Dam just a short run from base and we passed some amazing waterfalls and arrived with not another person around - not a bad thing to be alone when you are stood on a glass platform at 200m. Back into Gmund for a look around the Porche Museum and town, quick bite to eat with a rather indulgent Iced Coffee.
Attempted the 35 km long Nochalmstrasse but the Austrian rain
had other ideas and mother nature sneaked in a rather chilly 2 Deg and at 2042 m high that is cold so back to Hochalmspitze for a chill.
Vernon's Goulash for tea made up for the day !