I’m really happy about this great article in our local newspaper “Trostberger Tagblatt”.
Just because of your help the online donation site collected 125,- € and a donation box in our “Trostberger Weltladen” (a small shop for fairtade and organic goods run by volunteers) was ‘fed’ with also 125,- € by our costumers – absolutely fabulous!
The online donation site is open till end of July for your help 😉
Thanks a lot for your support to help people in need!!!
Cycling day 19/84 km ~ From Kiefersfelden along the Chiemsee back home
After a wonderful evening I thought this could be a relaxing night – but it wasn’t…Next to the campingsite you can lend a small building for parties, mostly done by companies. And so it happened also this evening.
They chatted so loud that one earplug wasn’t enough (I do so to here the alarmclock) – this went on till 2:45 h am – but than they put on the music machine till 3:30 h so even the second earplug didn’t work to give me a little sleep. Doesn’t bother because at this time the trains began to run – so in the end I had about 3 hours of sleep and more than 80 km to do to reach the wedding party of a good friend…
That part was a little bit boring but okay – you’re just running along the Inn with autopilot…
Finally I’ve reached Neubeuern where you leave the Inn cyclepath following a very small path – just to show you how well maintained the OpenCycleMap is… 😁
After some hilly up and downs I reached my home lake – Chiemsee!
Here I’ve enjoyed my last journey lunch and arrived happily again at home – healthy and wellbeing.
This was a really great trip lasting 3 weeks and 1.160 km – I’d like to thank you for following me on this trip via my blog – next year perhaps in France again!
And also a big thank you for those of you who gave – or will give the next days – some money to my donation site for ‘Doctors without borders’!
Cycling day 18/93 km ~ From Innsbruck/Austria to Kiefersfelden/Germany
This morning I left my comfortable singleroom in the youthhostel in Innsbruck and continued on the cyclepath Innradweg with great weather.
Waiting for the forecasted big clouds it was a nice trip as I had just to cycle, no cultural highlights to be visited.
After midday – as usual – the black clouds crossed the mountains into the valley I was cycling in – but they were very friendly to me – and didn’t start crying 😁
As I was travelling along the river my toughts were wandering through these 3 weeks – and slowly I realised that – I’ll be home again tomorrow!!!
I haven’t got a feeling like this, it’s really unusual for me to enjoy the holiday till the last day – hopefully. 😀 These were really 3 great weeks and nearly everything went like I planned it in advance – cool!
As another positive surprise I came along a small lake I passed two years ago on my way to Rome – and also this time there was a swan family with some youngsters…
So approaching my last overnight stay – a campingsite next to a wakeboard area in Kiefersfelden – I came along Kufstein were the Ritterspiele take place – this is for you Christian D. 😎
So tomorrow will be my last cyclingday – hopefully with a little bit of sun… 😁
Cycling day 17/45 km ~ From Bolzano/Italy to Innsbruck/Austria
Yesterday night was not a silent one – we had to open the windows in the youthhostel as we were 4 guys and it had 30 C…as the hostel is situated next to a big street to the station it was very noisy.
I’ve had cancelled the night in the hostel in Innsbruck a few days ago – but laying in bed nearly around midnight I checked again the weatherforecast – so there should be rain and thunderstorms today. In the end I re-booked the room as it was the last – and tonight I’m very happy… 😁
But let’s start from the beginning…I took the train this morning for Brennero and after 11/2 h I arrived at the pass easily.
In my opinion it was okay to downhill the old road to the pass – but I wouldn’t recommend it to cycle upwards – take the train! There is no cyclepath and the cars and trucks go sometimes really quick around the serpentines.
Finally I entered the ancient town of Innsbruck and it was great to explore it – with sunshine.
I checked in to the youthhostel which is situated at the river Inn – so you can reach it safe and easy on a cyclepath along the waterway.
Let’s go into the street – I hopped on the Bus ‘O’ (brings you directly into the center in about 15 minutes) and found a cool restaurant, Gelaterie and – the ‘Féte de la musique’. To improve the friendship of Tyrol and France there were young musicians and everybody had fun…
So this was a great day and coincidentally with french music – as I’m already thinking about the next year’s journey…perhaps the EuroVelo 17 ‘Rhone’. This brings you from Switzerland to the Camargue/FraNd nce – and I’m sure it’s also a cool trip!
Today was a big cycling day – since a longer period. In the morning I’ve had a chat with a young couple from Zurich/Switzerland. They were on their way to Venice and noticed that they’re too fast…So we talked about cycling tours through Europe and I gave them a copy of the EuroVelo map. They looked interested – perhaps we’ll meet somewhere in Europe again.
I jumped on my recumbent-bike and started to pedal the known cyclepath – and with a fantastic weather.
There were again about 30 C and I needed about 8 l of water…plus coffee and beer 😁
Having lunch around 2 pm after 74 km were quite okay so I arrived at 5 pm at the Youthhostel Bolzano – really nice as I knew already from previous stays.
Having a Veggie Burger and a craft beer at the famous ‘Batzenhäusl Biergarten’ was a cool end for this day. And the ticket for tomorrow to go to Brennero Pass is already in my pocket…
Cycling day 15/11 km ~ From Torri del Benacco to Torbole and up to Loppio
You have read correctly – 11 km were just on bike computer today. This comes as my plan A was to cycle all the way from Torri del Benacco to Torbole – but some cyclists told me not to do so as it was really dangerous.
So I checked out the timetable of the boats and there was a ferry departing at 11:17 h – arriving at Torbole at 13:20 h.
So I had a fantastic journey over the lake accompanied by sunny weather and marvellous views.
After my arrival at Torbole I enjoyed the beach and had than to cycle up to the pass – behind this there is again the Agriturismo in Loppio – with a pool!
Tomorrow will be a real cycling day – there are about 95 km to do to Bolzano where I’ve booked already a bed in the youthhostel.