Hotel Andreas Hofer
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... would give us super weird looks. Apparently she's never seen the hashtag sign. The view from our balcony is out of this world. I heard knocking at one part and two of the four of us were in the room so I thought the other two were outside the door. I opened the door and there was a dog. A decent size brown lassie dog. He wondered in our room and let us pet him. Where did this dog come ...
... in English. The place is mainly designed to educate Germans about their history. The museum is located on top of the bunkers used by the Nazis and you can go down and look through the eerie tunnels and rooms. Lunch was in the adjoining restaurant before we tackled the journey home. Katrina had a go at driving with me as her navigator. She did a great job. I was a lousy navigator but in my defense I saw a sign ...
... again speed along.....speed limit 130kph and have cars tearing past us. We stopped for a coffee break at a roadside stop where a magnificent buffet meal could have been had if we so desired. Their roadside stops are something to behold. Do travellers plan their breaks around these places??? Back on the road and a huge traffic jam brought us to a standstill. Trucks were banked up for kilometres and when we eventually left ...
... through the villages to Kitzbuhel. The town centre is smaller than anticipated and what there is consists of expensive designer-clothes shops, jewellers, and restaurants. After a coffee/chocolate and a slice of cake we decide to bail out and catch the next bus back, stopping off at Kirchberg for luncheon. The fare back via Kirchberg comes to nearly €13 so that's a ...
... a footpath to Westendorf from the campsite in the (vain) hope of finding an espresso, an ice cream, and/or a large slice of Austrian kuchen (cake). Two hours later we are back at the campsite, thirsty and somewhat peckish. A couple of beers in another smoky bar see to our first requirement. Raiding the fridge/cupboard (der Kleiderschrank - what a fabulous word) staves off the hunger pangs until teatime. ...