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... circumstances at age 40 in 1886.
Fussen was the end of the cycling for Jim and Werner. They cycled 1113 km in 19 cycling days, a brisker pace than when I am along as I like to "anchor" in various places.
They stayed in Fussen overnight, then caught a train to Munich the next day. Arriving in Munich, they boxed up the ponies for the flight home and then headed for Oktoberfest to toast their accomplishments with many steins ...
The next pavilion that we found was the Badenburg, constructed in 1719 - it has a banquet hall and an enormous bath in its basement!
Across the lake was the Apollotemple, a ...
... in, so we had a chilled out afternoon - literally as the temperature has plummeted about fifteen degrees. The following day we drove to a lake called Achensee, the largest in Austria, and were surprised to see a few windsurfers nipping across it. The weather was a bit miserable, it looked marginal and we only had a couple of hours so we went for a little walk instead. Of course, it picked up and we couldn't help but keep glancing at the water as more ...
... just around the side of their apartment complex..winning!! We walked into the apartment and were greeted by Cynthia's husband Dave, her mum Barbara and her aunty Deb who were also staying with the Mark's and Cynthia's daughter Shae. It happened to be Shae's birthday so after we settled in we all went out for dinner to celebrate. The next morning we were all up bright and early as we were heading to Salzburg for the day. It only took a couple of hours to get there, so now ...
... avoiding all the toll-roads. But around Perpignan we encountered a really strong wind and poor Nick had to battle to keep the car on the road. As we were sharing the road with a few semis and big trucks, they also faced the same problems which made driving rather nerve-wracking. But we got close to Millau and decided that we would go to a lookout to get our first look at the Viaduct which we had heard was an engineering marvel. Have I mentioned that it is still ...