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We had breaky with Clara and Helene while Teresa was out droving the teenage cows. It was lovely chatting with them both! Unexpectedly we were advised to get the van out before the road collapsed. So we quickly packed up and followed Clara out to safety. Unfortunately Teresa was still out droving so we didn't get a chance to say goodbye. The clouds started to clear and the afternoon was beautiful! We drove just over an hour ...
... mountains behind it. I chose to walk up the path to the lookout rather than take the Funicular. The lookout is 400 metres up the mountain, and is accessed by a path that zig zags up the face. Boy was it hard work. No wonder everyone took the funicular. The view was rather spectacular.
After making my way down back to the lake i decide to walk around the south of the lake to Obertraun. The head north back to Bad Goisern. Turns out to be over 20ks of ...
... car and I did a bit more work on the blog. We arrive in Venice at about 2:30pm to a beautiful sunny day of 24ish degrees. See the pic. We had a short walk to our accommodation Hotel Nazionale, through the crowds of people. We check in and unpacked, then went for a walk around Venice, Cannaregio and Santa Croce. See the pics. We meet in the hotel foyer at 5:45 pm as Fred had organised a gondola ride through the canals. Fred ducked off to get the champagne and then we made ...
... Ischl had a lot more people than exactly one week ago when I first set foot here. Apparently it was the opening weekend of the new Emperor's Park and the Sissi Garden. After checking into my hotel for the night, I set out to explore these 2 places.
My trekkers' concession card finally came in handy because it gave me free admission to both parks. The Emperor's Park was magnificent. It was a piece of cultivated wilderness ...
... mood was temporarily boosted by Der kaffe ist fertig in the background at one point...it’s impossible to be grumpy when that little number is playing!
The next morning we took a walk around the lake in some light rain and then drove to Zell am See, where Greg had snowboarded years before, to see how it looked in summer. The answer? Middle Eastern. It seems to have become a favoured destination (at least in summer) for wealthy ...
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