Travel Blogs from Bad Gastein
Time is ticking so we are starting to become selective in what we are able to see. We could not resist nipping over the boarder from Austria to the Czech Republic though, to see Chesky Krumlov, the second biggest attraction after Prague. It turned out to be a beautiful medieval moat town. We had a great time exploring the town and surrounding ...
... tour of Salzburg. Instead I had to suffice with a normal walking tour whilst quietly humming the tunes to myself. In the long run it was probably for the best as Mr B. Eventually got into the swing of things and suddenly took to shout-singing 'the hills are alive' at inappropriate moments. Kye has found the experience a little exhausting. The start of the day can be hot, then we take a cable car up to the ...
... sure she gets a healthy
diet. Both of them work long hours and they take great care of themselves. We
had the most delicious roasted asparagus with an egg for a late dinner one
night-just perfect after a day of visiting the area and seeing the sights.
Southern Italy is much as I imagined, dry, almost desert-like. The buildings are white
with flat roofs, and the sun is scorching. As we drove through some of the ...
... 8211; they go to the forest and cut a really tall tree, then it’s stripped of all its
greenery, branches and bark. It’s hauled in on a big truck and lifted with a crane.
Before the lift, they decorate the top with some greenery and a support to hang ribbons from. They also secure some climbing ropes. More greens are wrapped around the core, then it’s lifted ...
... and if it leaks it will spoil the holiday for the people downstairs. We bought a washer and yesterday our friends tried to hook it up, but the hose broke and the stores all
closed at 2pm so now we'll have to wait until Tuesday. Hopefully the internet folks will come out
this week and get us setup.
I'm still on hold for my extended visa request ...