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... the rail beside the staircase was problematic in that it was, literally freezing. Had worn coats and boots but never thought about gloves. Big mistake. At least we weren't the only ones.
So different. So lost for words. So worth going.
A fast drive into Munich. TT did well and brought us to the correct location. Every so often I'm impressed, then in the next instant, tearing my hair out.
Paul had ...
... and is the base for new adventures. At that stage I was not so sure about that. After dropping off the bike and taking me to a nearby hotel I made some calls to the Dutch automobile club and now need to wait until Monday for further proceedings.
Meanwhile I learned that the motorcycle and car of Max Reich's is on display in the Puch museum in the nearby town of Judenburg. Ah there is the new opportunity!
A 1.5 hour train ride took me there in ...
... handler. Needless to say, the crowd quickly parted for them!
At the conclusion of the show, had a castle tour and trawled through the raptor museum. All very interesting.
Chose to stay in Werfen that night instead of heading to Salzberg as originally planned. Walking through town, popped into its only bar. Harald, the bartender, chatted away in english to us, and german to ...
Today we went to Eisriesenwelt, or the Ice Caves in Werfen right outside of the main city of Salzburg. It was about an hour bus trip but it was worth the fantastic mountain and canyon views we got to see. We began ascending up the mountain for about 15 minutes by bus before it could not take us any farther. Then there was a 20 minute hike to get to the cable car ...
... camped. It was a lovely night of luxury only metres from the old town, and still cost half the price you’d pay for a roadside hotel in the middle of nowhere in Australia!
We packed the car and headed down to the rafting office, from where we were transported to a town further up river. After a delay for our raft to arrive, we were glad to be on the cool water, the sun a perfect temperature at 30-something degrees and not a cloud ...