Werzer's Seehotel Wallerwirt
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... hikers along the narrow winding road. Bonnie was the navigator looking through the guidebook to determine where we should stop. We stopped at several suspension bridges over the river (some scarier than others), a Russian Orthodox chapel (in memory of the POWs who built the road & died in an avalanche), and lots of awesome views of the river valley and ...
... at the Triumph dealer confirmed the bike service and Tyre change was progressing well without any problems and that he would pick me up from our hotel at 8.30am koala time (hmmmmm Austrian humour perhaps). Martin is a terrific bloke and could not be more helpful. He loves Alfa Romeos and took me for a spin in his with the roof down. He said thay are prone to breaking down but thinks they are a lot of fun. Anyone touring europe will be well ...
... participant on their trip, and seems to have had a rough time with the initial jump into the deep pool - Brady says it was the highest jump they did on the walk. I think he enjoyed it, but it will take more time to get the entire story out of him.
While they were gone, the rest of us piled back into the mini-bus and drove up the hill to the castle. The castle is very well preserved and maintained, and sits on a cliff face ...
... I won’t forget in a hurry that’s for sure.
As much as I enjoyed the horse trek, the heat of the day was beginning to creep up on us and we were glad to be deposited safely back on the ground and taken back to Bled.
The bum ache as I’d been warned of was pretty epic from having been parked on a horse for the last two hours but, unperturbed, we had a quick lunch before having a leisurely stroll round the lake to our next destination, Bled Island. ...
... around the majestic lake which was beautifully clear and azure blue. I figured this was in part thanks to the distinct lack of petrol boats, indeed, it seemed the only way to reach the island was by rowing boat. For the tour groups of course were larger boats which seated around twelve and the task of rowing them across the river fell to the poor bugger at the back with just a pair of oars…! Not a job I envied I assure you. I especially felt sorry ...