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... and stalactites that grow about 1mm every 10-15 years. Some of them are several meters high. They have installed some seismic instruments in there which stretch from floor to ceiling. They can measure changes in the earths crust. Such as how the crust is pushed down from the weight of the snow on the alps. About a zillion steps again here. I believe they said 1000. It felt like 1000 down and 1000 up but I think that might have ...
... When we walked into town we visited a sounds and vibes interactive museum. It was totally cool. In the afternoon we visited a Porsche museum which had some old Porsche’s inside, but not as many as I had hoped for. Had dinner in the evening and ...
We joined Jure at his work and even though it was cold we went into the lake and down the waterslide. After we said goodbye we drove back to Austria many km's. In the evening we met our friend Sake in Kärnten who was playing some musk at his friend’s birthday party. Sake used to play music on Koh Chang and is very good. He plays the blues. Had dinner and ...
... and the beautiful Lake Bonhinj below us. We had a lot of fun trying out different fun poses from a couple of viewpoints. Unlike Bled, Bonhinj is in the middle of Triglavski National Park and therefore had much less development and much more nature surrounding it.
Our mission on Mount Vogel was to find a cheese farm and try some cheese before hiking down the mountain. We were given some direction by a ...
... had been in Canada, and both were set amongst the snow capped Rocky Mountains, however I think that we may have been spoiled. The spa at Ptuj was a busy water park not a relaxing spa, and we made a hasty departure. The town did however provide a chance to stretch our legs and have lunch, and like every town we visited Ptuj had an Aldi, or Hofer as they call it in Slovenia, which was where ...