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Restaurant is in the basement; had a good meal but locality is not great!
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57 kms.... AM - A very foggy morning outside & cold. Packed our bags & cycled downhill to the waterfront for our cruise down the Danube to Schlögen, about 40 kms. The boat was huge & very decorative inside, complete with bar, waiters etc Other cycle tourists got on too, there was about 20 of us from different Cycle Tour Companies. …
... and I learnt a new trick, it is like a turndown sort of.
And we were the first ones there, that was really cool with no-one there.
And it was so icy so we went really fast.
We had another rest day and we went to a bobsled/luge ride. You sit in a small cart and race down a track.
I went vertical turning corners and almost fell off the track both times and we went on it 2 times. It was so much fun.
... bobsled/luge ride.
We went 2 times down the 1km long hill.
IT WAS SO FUN!
After the 2 times we saw a trampoline.
We were on it for about a hour flipping and playing games.
Lipno was a REALLY FUN PLACE!
It is probably the best so far.
I loved snowboarding.
... from snow gear to swimmers.
We spent a couple of fun hours in the indoor, heated swimming pool with slides and spas, and playing in the resort playground.
Two more days of carving up the ski slopes left us tired and weary, but excited and proud of what we have accomplished and can now do.
The kids also had the chance to challenge the hill on a bobsled/luge ride. They had so much ...
... while hauling huge stones up the stairs and took scores of others with them like dominoes as they tumbled to their deaths) is in a green and mossy little valley surrounded by woodland. There are houses on the surrounding hills within a kilometre radius that would have a permanent view of the camp from their front door. It's absolutely bizarre, and unsettling that something so utterly horrific can be so close to a cute little Austrian village. I ...