Treff Alpenhotel Kronprinz Berchtesgaden
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... in my robe. Mrs Klammers, the owner, ushered me back out of the dining room with mention of dress code. I thanked her sincerely.
Tonight was to be light-graffiti night. I had finger torches and had not yet used them. We gave Mrs Klammers one set, she seemed amused.
Down at fest alm armed with finger torches, we had a lovely evening bantering. New great friends and acquaintances from the week coming up to say it’s been a pleasure, see you next ...
... my thighs hurt.
Very very rewarding day, best day ever, again. I waited for the lads for apres ski for all of 5 minutes, then decided to disco nap. I got on the bus home, fell asleep and took that sleep straight to bed for a solid 5 hour disco nap.
I donned my pimp suit for a couple of hours out with the boys, nothing too strenuous. For the one-for-the-road Mark and I went into the Irish bar, they were kicking out so we did a shot and ...
... protect my noggin. Maybe kneepads too.
I had earmarked today as the day I will return to Bad Gastein for old-time’s sake, to dance on the tables at the Swedish bar and watch the guy singing and playing guitar while downing shots and if I’m really lucky: vomit into the guitar. The route over the mountain started with the T-bar (no sexual partner this time) across some blues (freestyle jumping), getting a bit lost at spaghetti junction followed ...
... which is why he had his residence constructed to look directly at Salzburg in the valley below.)
Most of the homes were destroyed in the Allied bombings, but wasn't destroyed by the Allies were later destroyed by the Germans. A few remnants remained here and there and some of the SS homes were completely intact, but for the most part Christine was merely pointing out sights and providing history, which was still absolutely fascinating.
After the 45 ...
... area (dressed in their representative Bavarian costumes) marched, including bands, beer wagons, and various other exhibits. Of course, traffic was stopped and buses traveling in extremely narrow streets could go nowhere. We were watching this fabulous parade – as well as the minutes tick away to our reservation time for our Eagle’s Next tour in Berchtesgaden.
Finally, we broke free – and our ...