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Garry Disher: Bitter wash road ISBN: 978-1-922-18266-1

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Kalkstein

July 23, 2017No Comments


Location: Austria

Starting from the small chapel of Maria Schnee at Kalkstein in the Innervillgraten valley, this track goes up for about 1000m to the Toblacher Pfannhorn. The summit offers a spectaluar panorama from the Dolomites of Italy to the highest mountain of Austria – the Großglockner.

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Kreuzbergpass

July 22, 2017No Comments

Location: Italy The valley of Sexten in the Southern Tyrolia Alps ends with the pass of Kreuzberg – or Passo Monte Croce in italian.

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Lienz

July 22, 2017No Comments

Location: Austria This year’s vacation went to the austrian alps. Along the river Drau there is a bicycle track from Italy to Lienz – if you go in this direction, its a very easy ride and well visited by italian tourists, because it is a permanent sli…

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Es

June 20, 2017No Comments

Stephen King: Es ISBN: 978-3-453-43577-3

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Alberschwende

June 20, 2017No Comments


Location: Austria

The Bregenzer Wald is located on the austrian side of Lake Constance, which is a great terrain for hiking with many great viewpoints to the Alps and the lake. Most famous and visited is the Pfänder directly in Bregenz, but there are many other places to go as well.

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Konstanz

June 20, 2017No Comments


Location: Germany

Cycling around Lake Constance is very easy. There so many ways and directions you can take, because you can always shorten the way by boat. This goes from Kressbronn to Friedsrichafen, Meersburg, Überlingen and Constance.

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Location: Germany The Saarschleife is a famous place in Germany, where the river Saar makes an almost perfect 180 degree turn in a valley. You can overlook the whole landscape from a viewpoint which is located at the middle of the turn. There are bicy…

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Location: Germany Kastel-Staadt is a very old place located on a hill over the Saar river, dating back to roman times. There are ruins of an amphitheatre and a medieval church on the hillside. A track goes in a circle around the rocks through the fore…

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