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... a pass between Slovenia and Austria, however as I neared the South Tirol of Italy, there was an amazing amount of traffic. Since it was such a beautiful day, everyone was out to enjoy the fantastic scenery.
In Austria and the Dolomites of Italy, the ratio of BMW GS1200s to Harley-Davidsons changed again, and the BMWs were in the majority. However, I was amazed at the number of motorcycles of all kinds that were out on ...
... complete with horses and cows and sheep. The mountains above are truly massive and climbable. If you google Gaiskogel its the mountain that loomed over us for the hike. The good news is the driving time was only 30 minutes..Auf Wiedersehen.
Reese - First I thought I was gong to fall off the mountain and break all my bones, but I didn't, phew. Forget about that. We saw horses and cows and sheep and marmots and a bee, and we explored the ...
... bridge, but he is scared of heights, and explained that it's the longest suspension footbridge in the world. It was really cool because you could look through the bridge to see below and as you walked over it swayed as if you were drunk, so yes i was fine, and walked the straight line.
He also said go see the Lake Plansee, now it was a hot day and this was the perfect place to be, if you had swim shorts. It's a beautiful lake, with odd coloured water, ...
... was not as informative as the one I had last time when I visited with Andy's parents, so I found myself spouting out random facts that our tour guide was leaving out. Oops. :) After our tour, we had a quick lunch at the Hofbräuhaus restaurant - currywurst and pommes frites for the win! Once we were back down to the bottom, we all hopped in the cars and drove about five minutes down the road to Mount Tegelburg, where we decided to take a quick luge, or bobsled, ride. I knew I ...
Wednesday was our Bavarian castle tour day. In the process, we reached a milestone for our adventure: 3,500 miles traveled so far. After a quick bike repair of the broken peg, we headed north into Germany again, over the Fern Pass to Fussen, for a visit to the famous Neuschwanstein Castle. King Ludwig II began its construction in 1868. Sitting high on a hill above his father’s Hohenschwangau Castle, it was never completed before his death. Said to have inspired ...