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At the bus stop for half 11 and within 5 mins, a very round and cheery bus driver arrived and we hopped straight on (unhappy Prego had a muzzle on so no questions asked! But he didn't seem the type to be funny anyway... Lovely chap.) The mountains were all completely cloaked in fluffy clouds, a very different landscape from yesterday. Lovely ride into St Anton where we went straight to the Sport Cafe for a couple of coffees in the rain, under an awning. Then ...
We were woken at half 4 by rain and thunder so we brought Prego in. We dropped back off to sleep before being awoken again at 6ish by another storm. It's hard to believe it didn't actually soak the van, considering the noise! A lazy morning, after interrupted sleep, in cloud-enveloped mountainss, so a quick shower and cuppas before attempt number 2 at ...
... their Dalmatian's muzzle as sadly he's in doggy heaven. It fit perfectly! Even though we had a shot at the next bus in an hour, Jon decided he'd rather drive. (I bit my tongue as getting back on the horse was something I don't think I could've done so soon after yesterday's roller coaster ride). So into town we drove... Walk in the park! And the van sounded in good shape too. We parked up and wandered towards what we thought was the ...
Day 27 Another 8am start to travel our 292km to Lech, Austria. We started the day by climbing back over Passo di Gardena, heading West to St. Ulrich. We then used the motorway to head North East passed Brixen then onto Sterzing.before leaving Itally via the 2474 meter, Timmelsjoch Pass. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timmels joch This pass was first planned in 1859 however it was not completed and opened to traffic until 1967. Often called ...
... each time! Then the scenery slowly started to shift (be prepared for lots of mountain shots which are probably v boring for you but ace for us.) Austria at first glance is stunning! All was going very smoothly until we discovered that part of the Arlberg tunnel was closed. So instead of going through one of the mountains (as all normal people would), we had to go round and over it. Ho-ly Shiiiit!! A prouder wife there never was; Jon drove brilliantly. I think anyone ...