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... hoped not to need it. Big faith in Austrians and, in particular, cheery Austrian bus drivers (on Wednesdays!!) So back to the van. Jon had an awesome chat with Roger in the Gate, followed by a fab chat with Nats and mum in Torquay, then Gemma and Damo in Tunbridge Wells!! Sadly unsuccessful call to Verity and skyping with the Hammetts before a few drinkies and a snacky dinner before our final sleep on "Panoramastraße". Best site so far... Austria is ...
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 ...
... pub crawl route when we make a second attempt at a bus! Home for an afternoon of sunbathing for Jon and hand washing and blogging for me. We chilled out well into the evening until starting spicy chicken pasta. We were about halfway through eating (slowly due to mega spice level) when it started to rain. We quickly holed up in the awning to watch an awesome display of lightning accompanying roaring thunder. The surrounding mountains ...
... by cyclists and motorcyclists. Some of the Motorcyclist decked out in full leathers, knee and elbow sliders. They looked like they belonged on the race track. After the Hahntennjoch Pass we continued West to Warth then South to our destination at Lech, a mountain village and exclusive ski resort. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lech_(V orarlberg) The evening meal was in the Cable Car Resturant where we had a traditional Austrian cheese ...
... 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 ...