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... ve been given better food because they mostly make the same thing for all the dietary people. Anyway to get out of eating bread is good with me. The Swarovski museum was amazing. The crystal clouds weren't as impressive as I thought but the various rooms were interesting. It's crazy what people can make and design. There was a crystal dome and it felt like I was inside a kaleidoscope. ...
... we swapped drivers and passengers. On the freeway Katrina and I jumped in the back and Alain and Andrew took over the driving and navigating.... Not that it was required....we crawled and stopped and crawled and stopped for one hour, forty minutes!!! This is ridiculous.....Angela Merkel will be hearing from me! Phew we've finally made it home and dinner was again at the hotels restaurant. No soufflé ...
After packing this morning we popped out for breakfast before heading off to Kufstein in Austria The road wound through some spectacular alpine country, passing by Zugspitz, Germany's highest mountain. Every holiday maker seemed to be taking to the road as many RV's and caravans passed us going in the opposite direction. Many motor bike riders were out for a ride as well. The road eventually flattened out onto the autobahn where ...
... fast ride up the gondola took us high up the mountain where we could explore from. I wasn't really prepared for the altitude or hiking in the leather boots, jeans and the light cardigan I had down in the village, but I should know by now to always be prepared for a short "walk". The views, I seriously will never tire of the the amazing views. It has been great sharing this with Michael's parents - I know they are pretty amazed with the Austrian countryside.
Sadie - We saw ...
... the topping consists of one of my 5-a-day fruit and veg portions ;-) Back at the ranch Wanda's tour guide has time to peruse maps etc. over a coffee taken outside until your trusty writer starts to turn blue with the cold. Mr Fitbit says we're achieving around 15,000 "steps" a day, or the equivalent of 7 miles if you believe that...and nine hours sleep per night too. ...