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... Pass" because it is little used due to there being two lower passes 25km South of it. At the top of the climb is a very modern concrete structure cantilevered out of the side of the mountain. This structure contains pictures and text describing the construction of this pass. A tourist attraction and Wonderfull motorcycling road, this pass is only opened seasonally and a toll of 12 euro is charged to traverse the Pass. Now in Austria ...
... was hotter still and we cycled for a couple of hours in the morning around the quiet cycle lanes linking pretty little villages. It was too hot to do anything in the afternoon,
we couldn’t even muster any energy to revisit the Schlosssee.
Thursday was a cultural day. We cycled the short distance to Salem Monastery and Palace. A series of beautiful buildings are set in impressive grounds with formal knot gardens, fountains and two small mazes. We elected ...
... them for a drink and a bite to eat at 8:00 pm. We had a lovely dinner with Jim and Ann. Crepe with a sweet chicken curry filling. Having had such a big lunch we needed only one meal between two. And I got to have my last Almdudler - I really am quite addicted to this drink. We sat outside in the pleasant night air talking for a while before returning to the hotel where we said our farewells before returning to our ...
... through. Unfortunately there are few photos from the ridge with the camera staying in the backpack. With my eyes focused on Anja's feet I don't think the photos would have been much good anyway. When we finally reached the end of the ridge it was a feeling of relief and exhilaration. From there it was an easy walk downhill through the wildflowers to our lunch destination. Less authentic and much busier, lunch was nevertheless nice enough. We then hiked down ...
... fascinating to hear about a lifestyle that existed many years ago, and to see many of the everyday items used in those days. After looking at the museum there was time for a coffee fix for those who needed it, then it was back in the van to drive to the start of today's walk. Today it was a river walk. We followed the river for some time, taking in an interesting sulphur spring along the way. Here there was a tub which ...