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Long train ride from Rothenburg to Bolzano, Italy! We had to take a small train that we barely made on time to steinach. Then called a train their 4 minutes later to treuchtlingen, then 5 min after that a train to Muchen (Munich). Before our last train to Bolzano Italy. In all we left at 9:06 am from Rothenburg and got to town at 5:27 pm with an hour to get ok lunch in Munich! On our train to Munich the door to our car stopped working... Had 5 service workers trying to figure ...
... and hikers. In the winter it is a skiing wonderland. So there are great hiking trails and really well signed. So we walked along this gorgeous stream and the girls took shoes off and played in glacial water. Brrrrrrrrrr!! Then the girls thought they would pick me some flowers. So sweet! Marcella walked into the beautiful field of flowers and came out screaming. She got stung by stinging nettles!! The hike became a lot harder very quickly. I made it home by using the gelato ...
... Heiligenblut, Lienz Good ride, sleet and rain at the top of Grossglockener. We did it - no probelms on the GrossGlockner pass and just stunning views. Only sleeting a lttle bit at the top (trying to stay positive!) Found the hotel that my parents stayed in Dobbiaco. Swim,sauna and football for the men before a truely delicious 6 course meal all included in the price. My God, I'm going to become a little fat piglet with all this Italian ...
... a great view of Innsbruck. There were some young guys there practising from the ski jump which has been used in the Olympics. From there we traveled to Castle Ambras that overlooks Innsbruck, it was just closing as we got there so we had to be content with having a wander around the grounds. We continued on the bus looking at the sights then back to the hotel for a drink. Walked into Old Town for dinner of Austrian fare with a good apple streudel that DQ has been keen to ...
... gave different information in small amounts about things like his medical issues (he had alot of them) and his tattoes, which weren't ornamental but acupunture and pain relief. They were in the wear and tear parts of his body. They could also tell what his last meal consisted of. His last meal consisted of red meat and grains. Otzi was lactose intolerant and weighed about 50kg. He now weighs 15kg. Otzi was approxiametly 45 when he died and about 1.65m tall.
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