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... next to a river with old wooden houses around us and icicles lining the wall at the side of the road. Above us, going over the valley was the autobahn, stretching into the distance and missing all the beautiful nature we were seeing.
The drive went well and the weather was perfect, no crazy snow storms this time, in fact there is no snow in Lienz at all. We made it to Lienz and on the drive into town passed some archaeological ruins which ...
... our first snow-fall ( Abbie, Christine and Riley), and take lots of very joyful photos (and entertain the locals inside!). Lunch was delicious. I chose the grilled perch on a bed of grilled vegetables (yes, vegetables! It feels like it's been a while since I've had my 5 veg), two had lamb fillet on tagliatelle, two Austrian beef fillet and fries, and Michael the pan fried venison,boar and stag. All very ...
... or something.
Anyway I took my own route out of Tarvisio and headed along what i guessed
was the slow road to Lienz and sure enough it was.
Only 5 minutes out of town and I realised I had been along this road before
as right here on the roadside is the old and disused Tarvisio railway station. I
stopped here a few years ago and took a few photos from the road but never
actually ventured away from the road. Today however I disobeyed the warning
... this has become somewhat of an annual pilgrimage, usually to the Istrian peninsula and Rovinj which we love, but this year we have decided to venture a little further afield and take the coast road as far south as Dubrovnik, poking our nose into Montenegro to visit another of the 14 villages in Europe called Malta and then making our way back overland through part ...
... 4 hours in total.
Talked to Chris on Skype after lunch and then had a swim
in the heated pools.
Sadly, a little rain this eve – the weather has become thunderstormy.
Sadly the campsite shop and bakery appears to have
finished for the season. Bread is now to order only, from reception.
A day of admin, rest and catchup.