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... Italy as a result. His parting and cynical comments in broken English as we unloaded my bags were “Italy chose the right side to join didn’t it?” and then “The winner takes all”. There was plenty I could have said in response to these latter observations but chose to bite my tongue and escape the heat by retreating to the refuge of the hotel’s foyer.
My hotel, the Golden Adler, ...
... recreation of the Sound of Music would be appropriate. A grassy hill was found and Marg warmed up her vocal cords. When birds flew from the surrounding trees and small animals ducked for cover we decided perhaps Julie Andrews was the gal for the job. Back at the hotel we completed our plan for the morning where we intend to travel through the alps to Villach. A Triumph dealer is located there as the bike needs a service and Margs hair is due for a service as well. ...
... stone peaks line each side of the valley. I love the whole area, it is so picturesque, neat, clean and tidy – everything is just so.
The campsite is great, excellent facilities including under-floor heating in the bathrooms.
We have done a bit of cycling and walking up and down the valley (the flat bit) as well as a bit of walking up to ...
... t fix it To the hotel, got organised and back out for a quick orientation tour of Innsbrook. We admired the Olympic ski jump,, all 746 metres high, where several competitors were put off by the fact that if they overshot the landing point they would have ended up in a cemetery, we admired the gold roof made 2,600 gold plated tiles (no wonder they do many security cameras pointing in ...
... Come on, come with me". I think their was a bit of racial profiling, as a lot of Caucasian people were not asked including jen and I. In the train continuing to Austria, a short stop in Innsbruck, and several more police on the platform. Hmmm The we hit the German border. More police came on the train, asking some more African people who had been by the first sweep. At least they tried to make it seem less like profiling, asking the ...