Hotel Schwarzer Adler
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... German, we had a great conversation. He mentioned that he loves where he lives because he can see beautiful scenery every day, and he is not bored of it. Again, I am so amazed to meet different people along the way, and this makes these moments of the moto tours very special.
Next Destination: Basel, Switzerland and hopefully there will be no rain on the way. I know the route very well and I am looking forward to a great ride.
... The water was sparkly and clear. bye bye
Julie - Such a beautiful day. The drive was pretty amazing in itself. It's impressive to see the houses built on the side of the mountain, really narrow roads, and quaint little churches at each town. You never know how a hike is going to go with an 8 and 6 year old, well, not so much the 8 year old, more the 6 year old. Sadie was a trooper. Short breaks to eat, pick up rocks, look for animals, and ...
I could of been tempted to swim in my pants, but had to be back for lunch, I was late yesterday.
Werner had done schnitzel, and rice, and potato salad, and before you even got to that pancake soup.
It was all great but too much, I felt bloated.
I packed the bike, we said goodbye, and I got to relax riding, whilst I'm sure a contented host fell asleep watching tv or listening to the radio.
Thank you Werner, you are a great host and ...
... a necessity, as the factory was very noisy! After the first part of the factory, we went to see the assembly line, which was fascinating. Perhaps the most fascinating, however, was watching a robot completely install a dashboard in a Mercedes in a mere 10 seconds. It was so mind-blowing to watch this robot go in from the side of the car, with the most precise movements and minimal clearance, I might add, and bolt in a dashboard so quickly! Andy and I were both very impressed with ...
... River up through a valley of waterfalls, to the base of the glaciers at Mittelberg in the Pitztaler recreation area. From there they rode the “glacier train” funicular, which runs underground up to the 2840m base station where the ski lifts begin. Even at that elevation there were commanding views of the surrounding glaciers. After hiking up to a promontory for some great pictures, Dave and Janet headed back with a fast ride down on a wonderful road ...