Travel Blogs from Muldorf
This visit to Austria was the quickest most uneventful visit ever. We had descended to around 650 metres into Austria, having been at 1700 metres ish over Vrsic Pass in Slovenia The headache had been hovering all day but my excitement was winning. But by 5 o'clock, my head was pounding. It wouldn't respond to my usual migraine pills and the nighttime was almost unendurable. I even sent prayers up that I wasn't about to have ...
... sure she gets a healthy
diet. Both of them work long hours and they take great care of themselves. We
had the most delicious roasted asparagus with an egg for a late dinner one
night-just perfect after a day of visiting the area and seeing the sights.
Southern Italy is much as I imagined, dry, almost desert-like. The buildings are white
with flat roofs, and the sun is scorching. As we drove through some of the ...
... 8211; they go to the forest and cut a really tall tree, then it’s stripped of all its
greenery, branches and bark. It’s hauled in on a big truck and lifted with a crane.
Before the lift, they decorate the top with some greenery and a support to hang ribbons from. They also secure some climbing ropes. More greens are wrapped around the core, then it’s lifted ...
... spring weather, sunny and warm one day, rain and snow the next...I can hardly wait to put out herbs and flowers in the balcony box, but it's just a bit too early for that.
Our little space is a recent remodel so everything is clean and new. We just got the dishwasher hooked up, but we'll wait to test it because today is Easter and tomorrow is
... was not great, and I was having a tough time seeing (too dark with my sun glasses on, and too bright without them).
I am glad that I went skiing, but at the time, I was not having the best day! I really struggled to feel comfortable in the equipment (I guess that's what happens when you get spoiled by owning your own equipment!) and the snow was inconsistent in it's slushiness. Lunch was huge! Austrians are really into big portions. I don't think ...