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Adriatic Adventure, (18)15-11-14 Leinz - Lermoos, Austria
After yet another noisy night in a hotel I packed my boxes and took them
down to the bike before going for breakfast.
Breakfast eaten and it was jackets and weather gear on and off to pay my
bill and ask about road closures in the area.
The road I was planning to take out of Leinz was the 108 north as it looked
well scenic on the map but the question was, is it open??
I asked the kind lady ...
... say we were on one slope for like 20 minutes trying to get my ski back on. Finally I just gave up and walked down the rest of the hill before trying again. It was all good though when we got the ski finally back on! The day went much faster than we thought it would, although by the end of the day we were ready to go back to our apartment. We were a little too intimidated by the hills going back to where the bus was going to pick us up, but ...
... is carved, the floors are tiled--it is ornate and overwhelming, and surprisingly cramped. Truthfully, it didn't feel very livable; in fact, Ludwig only lived there a total of 177 days. He was rather solitary, and the castle shows that. We started the walk down, walking sticks in hand, but after climbing and descending hundreds of stairs in the castle, our knees were not happy with us. At one point there were Bavarian draft horses and wagons, and for ...
... difficult but important part of the tour. Just north of Munich, we visited the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site. A specially trained guide, Brendan (and yes, he is Irish), gave us a brief but packed tour of the grounds. This memorial came to be at the wishes of some of the survivors, who were horrified that only 10 years after the camp was liberated, someone wanted to have a bar in the former crematorium building. The barracks and other buildings actually served as a camp ...
... emotion, exhilaration, wonderment and awe, etc (as well as sheer bloody relief!) that I felt when I had done it and reached the top.
One of the positives of walking (and running!) is that a cup of coffee (glass of wine!) tastes so much better when you’ve worked so hard for it. A hot shower at the end of a long, hot sweaty day is appreciated so much – just imagine how wonderful one will feel after 6 days camping in Nepal!