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... the altitude made breathing difficult! We stopped on the way down for a cheese sandwich. Home made bread and cheese (from the cows milk)! At the bottom we went to König Alm (where the van is parked) and had a hot chocolate and a beer. The hot water is limited and can only be used at certain times, so we raced in for a shower before they started the afternoon milking. Then, it was time to milk the cows! Mat got his ...
... and had teo ask three people for directions from there! But we found it, and were put straight to work milking the cows! Teresa and the other milk maid, Clara, made a special German dish for dinner (Spätzle) which was amazing! Best Austrian meal yet ...
... added almost two hours to our journey time. We didn't care, this will be our last long ride together this year and we had the time to savour it.
Soon we were at the border with Slovenia, the last place from there to Calais where you need to show your passport. The border guard was a girl of fifteen dressed up in an adults uniform. We are used to policemen looking young so I suppose the border guards can look young too. This child appeared to be all on her ...
Getting excited whilst packing! It's been a long time since we had a summer holiday at all and ten years since we have had the prospect of two weeks away on the bike. Last October we rode down the Adriatic coast to Dubrovnik and back through Bosnia in eight days. On that trip we had a support vehicle in the shape of Vernon's car so we had the luxury of ...
... traditional Austrian outfits. Heidi dresses for the girls and lederhosen for the men. Yep, there is a lot of them here. And they are likely all on the Sound of Music sing-a-long tour. We parked the Pug and followed the crowd. What a magical city. Narrow cobblestone laneways and open town squares. Throw in a dozen or so churches, and this is European life exemplified. We walked and explored and walked some more. Along the river were dozens of market ...