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... of time and settled in for our 2 x 1 and 1/2 hr train trips. Two things that have amazed us here are 1. The number of vineyards and grapes - they are everywhere! Soooooo many grapes, no wonder local wine is cheap here. 2. The number of castles - if there is a flat or even a small ridge or shelf up high there is a castle on it!! Our Tyrolian adventure is over as we have now travelled from North to South ...
... mountain chalet to old Italian. We decided that as we had walked down all the way we should catch a bus back to Pergine to explore. We now realise that everything shuts for lunch here from about 12.30 to 4pm. We arrived in Pergine after going around the larger lake by bus and - with everything shut - we went into a grocery shop and bought cheese, crackers, olive caper paste and roasted zucchinis. We sat in the shade on a bench - we were delighted to see through the trees and over ...
... They do not seem to do salad and mains together here. We walked around the castle in the dark. It is all lit up and stunning. More photos. Our room is dark with it's imposing dark furniture and panelled walls and the lighting is dim. Just as you would expect really. We realised that we can't remember where our AU SIM cards were put. Had a little look but really can't remember. Ah well, this time we will need to organise a pick up ahead of ...
... was still looking for Sue some way a away. If only we had had time to share phone numbers in the morning as Richard had a working phone now! Anyway back Bryan went again to find Richard and they eventually arrived. The sun was beating down and it was quite hot. We were told that we were now going down a long hill along a road to Lake Kalterersee. Sue was amazed at how far down it was and the road was indeed steep. When we arrived at the lake Annabel and Bryan had ...
After lunch we visited Runkelstein Castle, a medieval fortress built in the 1200's. It's main claimm to fame is the large number of period frescos painted about 100 years later. After various periods of disuse and damage, the castle and frescos were restored for public viewing in 2000.
What at made the biggest impression on me were the references to King Arthur and his knights of the round table. There ...