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- Swimming pool
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... a pass between Slovenia and Austria, however as I neared the South Tirol of Italy, there was an amazing amount of traffic. Since it was such a beautiful day, everyone was out to enjoy the fantastic scenery.
In Austria and the Dolomites of Italy, the ratio of BMW GS1200s to Harley-Davidsons changed again, and the BMWs were in the majority. However, I was amazed at the number of motorcycles of all kinds that were out on ...
Michael: We ventured into the high alpine of Kuhtai starting at 6600 feet and hiking up to 7600 feet to Drei-Seen-Hütte, 6183 Silz. The girls were troopers and the hiking boots for all of us were very useful and important for our hike....little dee dee had her own little dialogue going and said the sparkly waterfalls were her favourite. Reese and I saw some marmots and a giant bee landed beside us on a rest break. We of course also had the high alpine ...
... where we met the guy from our original round, the cheery bus driver. We travelled back to the campsite and within 40 seconds of disembarking, I realised we had no camera. I'd had it last, taking pix on the bus and had obviously just set it down on the seat..... Drama!! So I went straight to reception to ask for help and (cut a long story short) the lovely older lady called tourist info who then called the bus company. The plan was to wait an hour and a half ...
We were woken at half 4 by rain and thunder so we brought Prego in. We dropped back off to sleep before being awoken again at 6ish by another storm. It's hard to believe it didn't actually soak the van, considering the noise! A lazy morning, after interrupted sleep, in cloud-enveloped mountainss, so a quick shower and cuppas before attempt number 2 at ...
... and shops! We stopped at the first restaurant, Maxamillian's and had a lush lunch before a wander. The shops (mainly skiing/hiking/biking gear) were mega pricey, clearly catering to the posh skiers in ski season and the snobby cyclists in summer who heard about this place from the posh skiers!! A lovely wander, quick stop at a chemist to get a different antihistamine to try to zap the prickly heat, then scouting out tomorrow's lunch ...