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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tirol Fiss
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Start: Ljubljana, Slovenia
End: Telfs, Austria
Total Kms: 411
... And there were benches in the middle of no where. Plus there were two huge lakes that had tadpoles in them, and we held a frog. I hope if you ever go to Austria you do the same thing as we did. Good night, or goodbye, or auf wiedersehen.
Sadie - A horse was crossing the road and came so close to my window I could have petted it. I maked it to the high hut, I was almost at the snow but I couldn't do it. I climbed a waterfall. It was a ...
... a flirt, funny, but also very friendly and open.
Werner and I talked about old times, new plans, and then he said you must come meet his neighbour who has bikes.
I was shown round a garage of racing bikes, along with an old two stroke Yamaha, I mentioned Phil Read, and he says ya ya, yamaha, and he has a picture.
We had a bit of fun about chicken strips, old bikes, sally sat nav, and using maps.
Werner and I then got to meet his sister and ...
... the robot would get to hitting something, but never made a mistake - typical German efficiency I guess you could say! It was also very impressive that all the assembly lines at Sindelfingen were not limited to one model of Mercedes, so each car was totally different from the one in front and behind it. After our Mercedes tour we had an Italian lunch in Sindelfingen, and headed back to Ulm for the rest of the day.
Saturday morning the Lidards had an early train to catch to ...
Wednesday was our Bavarian castle tour day. In the process, we reached a milestone for our adventure: 3,500 miles traveled so far. After a quick bike repair of the broken peg, we headed north into Germany again, over the Fern Pass to Fussen, for a visit to the famous Neuschwanstein Castle. King Ludwig II began its construction in 1868. Sitting high on a hill above his father’s Hohenschwangau Castle, it was never completed before his death. Said to have inspired ...