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... gutted I wasn't there for the announcement! After dinner we had a few drinks in the bar before getting taxis to the bar in town. There was live music and quite a few of the group went so it was a really fun night. Great way to end an awesome week that fully exceeded all of my expectations!! Iv met some awesome people and can't wait to catch up with them again soon. Sad to be leaving but the next adventure starts tomorrow! Mega stoaked to not be getting the coach back to London at 4am the next ...
... for dinner.
I tried to prepare the boys that we would spend a little extra time looking for a restaurant tonight, since we did not want to go back to the GastHaus from the previous night (meal was good, but sitting in the non-smoking room all by ourselves was not something we wanted to repeat) adn had no further recommendations from the hotel. We drove around the center of town a couple of times scouting things out and growing worried that we might ...
... and was having a great time, until the last run before lunch when frustration was high. (Oh these hangry Cherkauer men!) Once again I was afraid that Sam was going to quit, but no, Blake and Sam agreed that we should do one more run from the top of the other mountain, the one that does not have any easy trails down from it. I reluctantly agreed (and let's keep in mind that I am not often the voice of reason in our family, so the fact that I wasn't sure we should do ...
... not to kill each other as we circled the same block 4 or 5 times. Keith wisely chose not to drive into the river that blocked the route that Google suggested at some point and Sam and Blake were actually being helpful at spotting the obscure street signs that I absolutely could not see. So, we got checked in in time to order pizza and beer in the lobby, and to log in to ...
Travel tip: Aushfart isn’t a town, you won’t find it on any map, it means exit in German.
We woke to the sound of church bells and the welcome feel of sunshine. Today we would leave Germany and at some point, and it could be 4, 6 or in 8 hours time enter Austria. Some European countries require you to purchase a vignette, it’s a road tax or salad dressing depending on where you are from. We bought ours at a German service station, successfully ...