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Day two we wake up and go to breakfast.i had a new type of cereal it was yummy.i had yoghurt with it. mum tried to drive she was scared that she was going to run over the bike riders. in italy the people drive on the other side of the road. later that morning, mum marcella frankie and i went to an adventure park. the adventure park was an abseiling rope course high above the ground in the pine trees in the alps. we were given safty equipment which was a harness and a helmet. ...
In 1939 Ken and Elsie joined the Yorkshire contingent of the international motorcycle touring club's tour of France, Germany Ken Fri 27th June bob,Bruno 285km Vienna 15:30 - Oblärn 20:30 Mürzzuschlag, Mariazell, Liezen Nice roads up the Mürz and down the Salza rivers. Helen direct with Berenger in the car. Looked after by B&B. Ken Sat 28th June bob,Helen, Bruno. run 4.7km 254km Oblärn 11:00 - Dobbiaco (Toblach) 18:00 ...
... Italy. It was incredible to see the mountains of the Dolomites, the homes seemed to turn Austrian whilst we were still in Italy. The huge snow topped mountains lead the way towards the border, the road followed the valley and seemed to go on forever. Shortly after we crossed into Austria, the clouds lowered and the rain set in. Despite this, somehow it did not detract from the beauty, as we found a lovely little campsite in the Tyrollean Alps. The next day, we set off into the ...
... and found out that they actually do it, but they closed at midday as it was Saturday so again no success. So it was just another example of what Ron keeps saying on this trip - timing is everything! When we were up the mountain yesterday, at noon we heard a very loud hooter or alarm, similar to a knock-off signal, coming up from Matrei so I thought everyone closes at midday but apparently it was the weekly checking of the ...
... keeper and the Austrian border...oooops, he must be one of hitlers forgotten children , he was the rudest dismissive prick I've ever met and unfortunately for me the most unsympathetic person. He didn't want hear anything about my problem I was just a pain for him He could care less that all I wanted to do was to turn around all he wanted was to get me gone so he charged me77 euro for not having my receipt I tried to explain it perished in the thunderstorm not his concern ...
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