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The milk maids were up at 6am to milk the cows! We joined them at 8.30am for a delicious breaky spread including fruit, muesli and yoghurt + meat, cheese and bread. A great start to the day! Teresa was given the day off, so the three of us went hiking up to Weißeck, a 3hr climb to 2711m. The summit was under cloud but we got some beautiful glimpses of the alps on the hike up. It was freezing at the summit. The cold ...
We made our final pass over the Passo Falzarego, through Cortina and into Austria. The hills are alive!! ;) It was a little tricky to find Orgenhias Alm, a little dairy Alm where Mats friend Teresa has been working as a milk maid for three months. We went ...
... motorways altogether. The SatNav plotted a route for us and of we set off into the city centre. For some reason the bloody thing decided not to talk to us, at least not after the first "turn left a something I can't pronounce properly " instruction. With only a few wrong turns we were out of the city and making our way northwards towards the Slovenian border. With cool (ish) air and some really good roads we both enjoyed the ride. Not fast by any means and going ...
... survive? I Guess you will just have to follow this blog to find out!
We set off early tomorrow for our first overnight stop in Hungary. The weather today is awful but the forecast for Thursday is much better. We don't expect to have 15 days on the bike without having to wear our wet gear. It would be nice,however, not to have to set off in the rain.
... around 90 minutes exploring the different walks and lookouts before making our way back to the busses to the car park for a spot of late lunch with a view that took in the magnificent German/Austrian Alps all around us. Next stop: Salzburg. Home of Mozart, philharmonic and Sound of Music tours. Arriving late in the afternoon, we made tracks for the old town. Not having done any research, we were driving blind. Until we spotted some (a lot) of tourists ...