Romantik Hotel Sonne
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... in which a candle would be lit to provide the appearance of starlight to the bedroom below. Stunningly beautiful. Then we waited in line for the horse drawn carriages below, mistakenly thinking we had plenty of time to wait before the Neuschwanstein tour as the walk up the hill was supposedly an hour long. This turned out to not be true, as Maria and Isil made it up there in around half an hour, but we were stuck waiting ...
... so afterwards I navigated the tube and a pair of wrongly signposted trains to safely make it to the airport myself only around 20mins after them. They had jokingly planned to pull a Paddington on me and leave me, my suitcase, and a sign at the airport if I didn't arrive in time! Our British Airways flight to Munich was excellent. Couldn't fault the staff, the pilot was very friendly and kept us updated, and he ...
... or treating - the kids got a good bag full of German candy and delighted everyone with their ability to speak English ("trick or trick, smell my feet, give me something good to eat")... A great night!
The adults had a kid - free night last night ( Simone's mom looked after 6 boys - 3 of which don't speak the same language!) with their friend Marcus. He is a guy who came to the Raffalt's house in Canada while motorcycling his ...
... a ski instructor... and we turned our house into a guesthouse. This way if something doesn't work, you have something else to lean on" The Four Legged Table Principle. Yes... that's what's special about Austria. I've noticed that in some villages most of the houses are guesthouses. This is very popular for folks to make money in the touristy season. But that's only one "leg" of the table. It's the multiple legs that's the key ...
... is far from over, but maybe I need to take a break from it for a while, so I can come back really excited about every discovery around the bend once again. I hesitate... think for a bit. Finally make my decision. I'm taking the Via Claudia back to Italy. I wave goodbye to Landeck...peer down the eastern valley towards Innsbruck, giving a wistfull farewell to the road not taken, and begin my trek up the ...