Hotel Sextner Hof
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... in Italy! We did manage to find a smaller slope but there was no snow as it was lower down the mountain. We headed back to the other ski slope in town and went up that. There was a beginner slope there but also another mountain coaster like we went on in Germany. Obviously we went on that one too. There were awesome views over the side of the mountain and then you got to race the skiers at the bottom as you went along side the slope.
... over the last few
weeks in those lower country's in Europe where they would just about drive you
off the road to get passed you.
Austria is another country of great pride. You only have to drive through
their towns to realise that. Most towns have great and wonderfully painted
churches standing out in them and really look magnificent.
As I rode along this road I noticed a layby right under the Alps peaks and
so stopped to take a few photos. This layby was more ...
... is an advantage if one speaks the language, luckily I do speak a bit so we could order a glass of wine and some food which was just great, the taste incredibly fresh and the wine was just local but great.
This was the only place in the village where actually one could wine and dine, so we were the only tourists, surrounded by the locals who were already checking us out from the moment we stepped in the place.
Started a conversation to get some information about our trips ...
Weather sunny, very warm. Left Salzburg 10am, had a beautiful drive with colourful scenery to the toll gate for the Grossglockner Alpenhochstrasse. Leonie made the following observation of the magnificent drive: Not for those who do not like heights! Rally revheads behind the wheel of Porsche, and any others that go fast were a sight to behold and to get away from No marmots graced the hills with their ...
... br> parallel to the main motorway (which appeared to be elevated on concrete piers
most of its route). The motorway was busy and even the local road was busy, Not
pleasant driving. This is a main north-south arterial route.
Stopped at Camping Corones. Luxurious site, with heated
sanitary facilities and a heated outdoor pool, but somehow we did not like it.
Full of Germans and very “ordered” parking.