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... This 80 mile route usually takes relatively experienced walkers around six to eight days, depending on their fitness level and ability – but there is no need to rush. You can relax and enjoy the scenery, with mountain vistas, picturesque castles, villages and historic towns all inviting you to slow your pace and linger here. If the whole thing seems like a bit too much of a challenge, why not try one ...
... before it was ‘discovered’.
All the males, and a lot of females, in this part of Europe sound like Vladimir Putin in that they have a low gutteral growling type of drawl. It’s scary but it almost makes our Australian version of the English language sound almost lyrical. Only joking!
From Montenegro we briefly enter Bosnia to travel south along the border with Montenegro to get back to the Med coast.
There does not appear to be ...
The first time I heard about Zell am See, Austria was in the final episode of Band of Brothers. For those who haven't seen it, it's a WWII mini series about Easy company of the American 101st airborne, soldiers who fought in Europe from D'Day until Zell am See. The series was also the main reason for visiting Bertchesgarten and the Eagles nest. Zell am See was the rest area Easy Company were sent to after the war ended to conduct occupation duties, relax and regroup. The ...
... but we had to cross the road, the cars were speeding along a bit nerve racking! Arriving at the lake I thought it was going to be just tourist land, there was a huge car park, tourist info, shops and restaurants. Once we got on the boat, it was. Just quiet and the beautiful lake. The boat used electric motors. We spent most of the day visiting the different spots and going for walks. We had lovely hot chocolate that set us up for more waking! When we ...
... to get dressed and oaks with vivid green foliage the first to be ready for summer. The houses were also close to the line or perched on gentle rolling hills with the dark granite mountains looming over them. They were typical alpine houses, often quiet large with dark wooden verandas and small gabled windows. Our guest house ( it was only 550 meters from the station,) as it was raining, and we were not ...