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... go snowboarding because he wants to look cool or something (heeh) but it seems a lot harder than skiing and he couldn't get up the ski lift. I had a go, just to try it and I can go down fine I just cant turn (other than by jumping) or stop so I just had to bail once I got to the bottom. It was pretty fun though, but it seems hard.
The grossglocker mountain is the highest mountain in Austria but I cant find out if the resort is on ...
... and climbed over the gate and went to explore this old
railway yard and station. The whole place was open to all and still quite well
left as it was when it closed. Old papers and items still laying there with
dates on them from 1970. It was an incredible find.
Onwards I head along this wonderful twisty but rather hi speed road. How
great it was to be back in a more civilised country where most motorists drive
to rules and respect. I felt so much safer today than ...
Weather sunny, very warm. Left Salzburg 10am, had a beautiful drive with colourful scenery to the toll gate for the Grossglockner Alpenhochstrasse. Leonie made the following observation of the magnificent drive: Not for those who do not like heights! Rally revheads behind the wheel of Porsche, and any others that go fast were a sight to behold and to get away from No marmots graced the hills with their ...
... br> parallel to the main motorway (which appeared to be elevated on concrete piers
most of its route). The motorway was busy and even the local road was busy, Not
pleasant driving. This is a main north-south arterial route.
Stopped at Camping Corones. Luxurious site, with heated
sanitary facilities and a heated outdoor pool, but somehow we did not like it.
Full of Germans and very “ordered” parking.
... too much as the road was closed many rimes which prevents customers from getting (driving) there. Bit of a school boy error of not filling up yesterday (Steve would not be impressed...) as was now low on fuel so put nearest fuel station I tot the sat nav In the direction I was travelling and it was only a short diversion. Of some 12 kilometres. Got to a ski town and saw 100 octane fuel - it had to be done - the bike not only sounds better on high octane fuel ...