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... with handmade noodles, also shared a server of potato pancakes with apple sauce. Just beautiful scenery and autumn leaves. Once we came back to town Karen and I did some shopping and the boys tried to hide themselves at an outdoor cafe. Not good enough camouflage so we joined them for a drink and soaked up the last rays of the ...
... toboggan ride. All of this comes 'free' with the special pass we have to pay for. Since that is no where near free we decided to get our money worth from it. We used the cable car a couple of times, at the top we found a dairy where they make raw milk cheese - yummy. We saw plenty of cows with their cow bells which made a lovely sound while we were walking around. In winter the cows go ...
... even more challenging. The landscape was beautiful with the green hills, distant mountains and beautiful farms and towns. After the longest climb of the day, we reached Sulzberg, where we had lunch and a very welcome break. At that point we had done 31 km and had about another 20 or so to go. After lunch we had a few more long climbs and more wind to deal with. Because the restaurant at the hotel we would be staying at is closed on Mondays and the hotel is out of town a bit, ...
... were a handful of tickets still available. There were only singles available, so we sat one behind the other in rows 4 and 5. The show was The Barber of Seville and was amazing. The puppets, the sets, the skill of the puppeteers were incredible. The audience was invited backstage after the show to see how it's all done. The group of us met up for dinner at Zum Alten Rathaus for some local German food. Don and I had two of the chanterelle specials and apple strudel for ...
We had a late start after a restless sleep (a few cars in and out of the car park through the night). We set out on a 55km ride. It started through the valley on a bike path, then headed up on the road to Piller. We stopped at the Fließ Naturparkhaus for ...