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... The caverns were magnificent, some nearly as big as a football field. Ice on the floors, walls, even an ice tunnel which we had to clamber through. No photos were allowed, so the picture is one from a postcard. One where I was particularly proud of myself for not freaking out! Dont do well underground, or tight spaces. We were 1km within the mountain, and 400m underground, and at that point, climbing DOWN the ice tunnel. ...
... power; lucky I was in the right-hand lane and not in an overtaking manoeuvre. The bike came to a halt along in the emergency lane. It was still raining steadily and the traffic passing at 120 kph spraying me with the layers of misty water. Normally I would say” it is time for a coffee” but the best I could do was to sit on the rail and gave my options some thought. In the distance I spotted a sign with “snow chains changing bay - 400 m.” ...
... pinnacle in the middle of a narrow valley surrounded by stark cliffs, dominates. The fortress was used in the film "Where Eagles Dare" and is home to the State Falconry Centre. While falconry is the term given to the art of using raptors for hunting, all types of birds of prey are used.
A very interactive ...
... stairs than the ones in the clock tower in Florence. Go figure. The ice speaks for itself so I will let it do the talking instead of me. We were not allowed to take pictures inside the cave but this is what we saw! When the tour was over we hiked back down the mountain and went straight to our hostel to get dinner and watch the Sound of Music before our tour ...
... type roll for Andy. We took one last walk around the beautiful ancient town and piled into the car, Hallstatt-bound.
On our trip to Holstatt we encountered a car rally, ‘The Garbage Run’ starting from the Netherlands based on the number plates on the vehicles. There must have been 1000’s of cars involved in the rally, and heading in the direction we’d come from the endless cars passing us entertained us no ...