Werzer's Seehotel Wallerwirt
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... and clouded every
second making for great photos.
With lunch over I headed onwards up this wonderful pass. It was a fantastic
road and I just loved it but it had one massive unexpected problem!! On leaving
the restaurant my satnav said I would arrive at my destination of Tarvisio at
13h13 which was great as that meant I could continue on to the town of Lienz in
Austria and stay there the night, however this was simply not going to
... for the train for Salzburg. We are hoping for no rain tomorrow as there are no buses so it will be a walk if we can. Well walk we did. 4 km to Milstatt to find the cafe for wifi was closed! So thought we would have an ice cream but the supermarket was closed too! Then it started to drizzle!! So we walked back to Delach to the flat. A bit tired when we got here. Today our last day here we caught the bus to Spitall and went to the cafe to check our mail. Then tried ...
... the lake taking photos, but were rather disappointed that there was so little sun around and the snow on the mountains was covered by clouds until just before sunset as we rode back up to our apartment at Zasip. There we warmed ourselves with blackcurrent and dragonfruit tea –YUM!
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... English, had a bus timetable with him and advised us to stay on the train until Klagenfurt, three stops away. We could then board the bus for Venice from there. We would only be 11/2 hrs late. That sounded like a plan. I mean we had always wanted to go to Klagenfurt ........a relation perhaps to Frankfurt?? Not sure! Anyway, this kind young man even gave us plan B......if the bus at Klagenfurt was booked out, there was a train at 4.30pm for Venice. So there we ...
... were rode an old Triumph Trophy 900 from England to Romania and back, so I have no desire to dilute the memories I have of this place. I'll join the others for lunch later. Six years ago Bled was a fairly sleepy town but now it's packed with tourists from all over the world and the narrow roads are having to cope with numerous tourist buses. To get here from Bovec we rode up the Soca Valley and then over ...