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... or just has the same name... The drive up it was pretty crazy, it was a little bendy road up the side of the mountain. It went past a waterfall which was mostly frozen over and was very impressive. We also took a gondola there to the top of the mountain from where we were practicing but we didn't ski down because it looked very steep! We have our rental stuff for another day so I think we are going up another slope tomorrow to give that a shot.
... to Lienz and take another route.
The kind lady tells me that once this pass and a number of others get snow on
them they are closed for the rest of the winter.
Its now getting dark and the last thing I want is to be riding this
slippery wet road in darkness and so its on the bike and full speed all the way
back down the road I have just come.
By the time I get to Lienz its after 4pm and all I want now is a hotel.
Into the satnav and after riding around ...
... loaded and it was into the
restaurant for breakfast. As breakfast is not something I usually have I simply
just had a bowl of fresh fruit and something that looked like a bun with meat in
the middle. However on tasting it I could not work out if it was meat or a sweat
as it never really tasted of anything. Anyway I added some chocolate spread to
it and that gave it some taste.
Check out and its time to leave the area. As my bike was parked right ...
... his head in our booth and asked if we were going to Zagreb which we confirmed we were. The train chugged on and it appeared we were stopping at the correct railways we were just late. The train from Zagreb to Villach did not require reservations so of course part way through our journey we were kicked out of our seats but much to our delight the couple whose seats we were in chatted with us all the way to Zagreb. They were from Brazil and were ...
... 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 ...