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... or vice versa, or you could just choose one section of it for a lesser but no less thrilling challenge. In the east Tirol there is the shorter Eagle Trail, a 60 mile route that runs beneath the highest mountain in the country, the Grossglockner. The nine stages of this route also offer amazing views.
Another long-distance trail, Lechweg, follows the route of the River Lech from source ...
Shhh we are in Austria. The loudest noise is the cuckoo birds (that don't go on the hour by the way). Austrians are so well behaved and well mannered. The drivers are considerate, stop for pedestrians, never speed, pull over if there is not enough room. Unlike the Italian where it is a competition for who has the biggest vehicle or balls! Every square cm is so organized, even men, the men wearing their leather pants and funny little hats are immaculate.
The first time I heard about Zell am See, Austria was in the final episode of Band of Brothers. For those who haven't seen it, it's a WWII mini series about Easy company of the American 101st airborne, soldiers who fought in Europe from D'Day until Zell am See. The series was also the main reason for visiting Bertchesgarten and the Eagles nest. Zell am See was the rest area Easy Company were sent to after the war ended to conduct occupation duties, relax and regroup. The ...
... the boat terminal, we decided to walk to the cable car but it was closed. We had a very late lunch, sitting in the sun on large wood chairs, eating cheese dumpling soup was pleasant. Back to town for a wander, tried the cable car there but it was closed too! But we really enjoyed the charming town. We missed seeing the Schloss/ place by 10 mins, which meant we had to have an ice cream! I also had raspberries juice with soda, a bit sweet. We really enjoyed the ...
... us with some bubbly and lots of hugs.
We came in April 15 after a 6 hour drive and showered, ate and then slept. The next couple of days are always spent the same way - unpacking, doing laundry, grocery shopping, all those things we must do just to get to the point where we can relax. The mountain air is so fresh and clean. All shopping must be done by Saturday - everything except churches and restaurants close on Sunday - but we spent a ...