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... and climbed over the gate and went to explore this old
railway yard and station. The whole place was open to all and still quite well
left as it was when it closed. Old papers and items still laying there with
dates on them from 1970. It was an incredible find.
Onwards I head along this wonderful twisty but rather hi speed road. How
great it was to be back in a more civilised country where most motorists drive
to rules and respect. I felt so much safer today than ...
... and clouded every
second making for great photos.
With lunch over I headed onwards up this wonderful pass. It was a fantastic
road and I just loved it but it had one massive unexpected problem!! On leaving
the restaurant my satnav said I would arrive at my destination of Tarvisio at
13h13 which was great as that meant I could continue on to the town of Lienz in
Austria and stay there the night, however this was simply not going to
... supermarket on the way to the flat and we arrived at Dallach 94/8 about 4.30pm. The flat has central heating so is very cosy, a living room-lounge-kitchen, a bedroom with a double bed!(seems like single after our king) and a bathroom etc. the view from the balcony down the lake is superb. Unfortunately it has been overcast and rainy since we arrived so we have not seen it at its best yet. Some sun is on the way we hope! Our major disappointment has been to find ...
... that they were doing work on the railway and we would have to hop off in two stops and then take a bus and then get back on the train at a later stop. This caused significant discombobulation for Ryan but I was really just going with it. We disembarked the first train follow other passengers like a heard of sheep to an air conditioned bus. While Ryan worried about our route I enjoyed the mountain scenery. We arrived at the train station ...
... this has become somewhat of an annual pilgrimage, usually to the Istrian peninsula and Rovinj which we love, but this year we have decided to venture a little further afield and take the coast road as far south as Dubrovnik, poking our nose into Montenegro to visit another of the 14 villages in Europe called Malta and then making our way back overland through part ...