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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sophistication of similar Swiss mountain villages. This is incorrect. It is equal in all respects. My initial opinion was formed based on sighting just one third of the village because that’s all I could see due to the North Face mountain races administration, tents, support vehicles, etc. blocking off the rest of the village from my view.
As you probably know, Europe is experiencing an extraordinary heat ...
We had intended to leave our hotel in Augsburg early as we had planned to travel to near Fussen to have a look at the Ludwig Castle which was the inspiration for the Disney castle. The combination of a beer/wine and a big dinner as well as a reasonable day in the saddle culminated in an unexpected sleep in so we set off a bit later than anticipated. Although the road to Fussen was classed as a highway it was a lovely ride nonetheless as we swept through ...
... and also a lot more saltier.
Then we hired a paddle boat, with a slide coming of it! We paddled out a little way and had heaps of fun trying to get away from Joe and Siena as they came off the slide.
Watching the Italian people at the beach is fascinating and often quite funny. There are all ages and sizes - it seems that the bigger you are the smaller are your togs.
Woke up to the first bit of rain on tour. Then headed out in a 25km mountain bike ride through the back roads in town. Finished off with a traditional bbq. Went to t trout farm and had a look around but didn't want to to catch them because they were well under legal for NZ. After this the plan was to go paragliding but the weather turned to **** and it got ...
... traveling an extra 28kms each way. Watched the Italian locals doing hay, most of this appears to be a very manual process, hand raking in corners and down hills, funny how labour intensive it was.
Back across the border, this was noticeable, the Italian side is run down with rusted side railings where in Austria it's all galvanized again. Italians have a saying if it ain't ...