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... where we met the guy from our original round, the cheery bus driver. We travelled back to the campsite and within 40 seconds of disembarking, I realised we had no camera. I'd had it last, taking pix on the bus and had obviously just set it down on the seat..... Drama!! So I went straight to reception to ask for help and (cut a long story short) the lovely older lady called tourist info who then called the bus company. The plan was to wait an hour and a half ...
We were woken at half 4 by rain and thunder so we brought Prego in. We dropped back off to sleep before being awoken again at 6ish by another storm. It's hard to believe it didn't actually soak the van, considering the noise! A lazy morning, after interrupted sleep, in cloud-enveloped mountainss, so a quick shower and cuppas before attempt number 2 at ...
... illuminated. We gave up trying to catch a photo as the camera / iPhones just weren't quick enough but believe us, it was spectacular! We keep having to pinch ourselves we're here! Jon said "now we can say we've witnessed a thunderstorm in the Austrian Alps.... Tick!!" We finished dinner and had a lovely evening of blog / kindle in the awning with a compilation of Moby, Morcheeba, Macy Gray and a non-M named Dido before bed. Goodnight ...
Day 27 Another 8am start to travel our 292km to Lech, Austria. We started the day by climbing back over Passo di Gardena, heading West to St. Ulrich. We then used the motorway to head North East passed Brixen then onto Sterzing.before leaving Itally via the 2474 meter, Timmelsjoch Pass. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timmels joch This pass was first planned in 1859 however it was not completed and opened to traffic until 1967. Often called ...
... been slightly twitched at driving with sheer drops beside them on the right (whilst driving on the right of the road but on the right of the vehicle too) but for someone who's not great with heights, it was some bloody achievement. The diversion came at a time when Jon felt the van was losing power (we've since rationalised it was due to driving up a really steep mountain!) and we could hear odd noises from time to time. Add that together with no working ...