Hotel Vitaler Landauerhof
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... went on the tyre ride and they even made me go on the big swing argh!!! A short blog tonight as we need to pack but our little boy has had a bit too much sun is a bit poorly. I think it has all been a bit much and 35 degrees today has taken its toll. I'm sure all will be better after a good nights sleep (let's hope he gets one as he is in my ...
... swim out. The Dinghy has been repaired after its altercation with the tree and has been transformed into a hot tub by Charlotte (she filled it with water which got warm!) The worse thing about Berau has to be the pesky wasps. Charlotte got stung on the ankle on Sunday (the wasp died as a result!) and as soon as you get any food out they are there! What use are wasps anyway??? Mr T took to being a wasp killing ninja and armed with a spoon ...
... with little resources and went off to find food - or a supermarket. Unfortunately Austria is closed on Sunday so we drove and found St Wolfgang. And what a find. Beautiful and quaint (and very exclusive) little town. We strolled through the streets and found a small convenience store to get the essentials and strolled back after ice cream!! Some of the views were stunning. After St Wolfgang we returned to the campsite and hit the lake. The water was lovely. And the most ...
... We sat and waited for the tour to start as I cooled down in this new environment. The unfortunate thing a a result of this warm Pete and freezing cold air was that steam was literally rising off my head and body in impressive quantities. While all the European tourists were dressing in ski gear in preparation to enter the cave, Rob decided to photograph and film my reaction to the drastic temperature change. I'm sure I got a few strange looks... But after ...
... and their two dogs, both spaniels, forgot the exact breed. One was 3 years and the other 15. It was hot, and even hotter in the gondola, we had grave fears for the 15 year old, it was breathing hard, and didn't sound like it should be out hiking in the 35 degree sun. But once at the top of Karwendel Peak, 1480m, it was fine, and happy to run through the wild flowers famous to the alps. At the peak were also the ever present para gliders, what a view they had! We didn't waste ...