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... to be in the apartment. Annie went off for swim in the very nice pool next door. Free for us, part of the apartment deal. Annie reports it was beautiful, warm and puts our public pools to shame. Now after a nice meal and more wonderful Austrian wine we shall settle down to Poldark.... sad I know.
Tomorrow we are off to ...
... shirt, sweater, fleece and quilted gilet. I know I am renowned for being a wimp but most of the people were shivering.
The walk down was the best bit and the views were lovely, we had the most delicious goulash soup with overlooking the valley. Just as we reached the car large splats of rain started to fall, great timing. So we skipped the castle, might do that tomorrow and are now back in the apartment listening to pouring rain and rushing streams.
... lake and mountains. What is a surprise is the amount of Arab families on holiday? When I was booking I saw a lot of feedback from Arab people staying in hotels and apartments. I suppose it is different but there are hundreds of them strolling around, mostly families. Even some of the signs on the town are in Arabic. Amazing.
Tourist day tomorrow - castles and ice!
And these round mounds are evidence of the sedimentary buildup that occurred while the range was submerged, as well as the erosion that followed.
In World War I, the front line between Italy and Austria-Hungary cut through the mountains of the Dolomites. Soldiers on both sides worked to carve tunnels, sometimes miles long, through the cliffs of the mountains. They built shelters at strategic points on ridges and peaks, ...
... to "do" the Kitzsteinhorn at a mere 3000 metres. To get to base camp we tidied up our campsite accessories and took Wanda to the ski area, just a few kilometres away. We were relieved of €36 apiece for a three-stage ascent, and advised to press on straight to the top as it was already getting late. Everything stops at 4pm. Fortunately the lift system wasn't busy so no queues. Upwards initially in our own ...