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    Just fabulous Marco.
    Congratulations and max respect to you and Del for sticking together through thick and thin, great to see - well done !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmcin626 View Post
    Looks lovely with stunning views.
    Cheers, Robin. Drawing open the curtains every morning, walking onto the balcony, seeing those views and breathing in the super-fresh clean mountain air was quite something - an ideal way to start the day before tucking into the amazing breakfast that awaited!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brian2957 View Post
    Very nice indeed . Congratulations to you and Del on your 25th wedding anniversary
    Cheers, mate. Every year has been fun, and a blessing! It's easy living with someone who's your perfect soul mate.

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    Gordon Bennet, I take it the invite must have got lost in the post

    ..and anyway where are the pictures of the happy couple? He he.
    Congrats, here is to many more

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scooby View Post
    Nice one! Always great to hear of successful long term loving relationships.
    Cheers, Andy, We feel the same about each other now as we did when we first met!

    What normal, well-adjusted person wouldn't enjoy seeing such lovely pics and hearing of a happy celebration of a Silver Wedding anniversary? Here's to the 25 years together for you both.
    I guess, none would. Only those bitter and twisted types, who are jealous of and resent other people's happiness

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Great looking place Marco. Everything looks so clean too. Bet it was a bit nippy there.
    Nippy? Yes, but bizarrely, until night time, not really cold. As long as the sun was out (which it was every day we were there), it felt warm and fresh, certainly in thermal clothing. It's a totally different type of climate and feeling of 'cold'. My type of weather.

    Minus that damp-feeling, windchill factor thing we get here in the UK, the climate there really is rather pleasant, and a damn sight healthier than sweating to buggery in 80% humidity in a city in a typically warm country, or lying sweltering on a beach somewhere!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    I want to know how the priest is supposed to get into that pulpit. Does he just climb up the wall?

    Looks like a lovely place although a bit too cold this time of year for me.
    After a few glasses of altar wine, he'll be up there quicker than Spiderman!

    As for cold, see my reply above to Geoff. Honestly mate, 1000s of feet up in the cable car at the top of the mountain, with the sun shining brightly, it *felt* warmer than in Wrexham most days during the summer! Indeed, when you reached the panoramic view at the top, where the restaurant was, there were even deckchairs outside for folk to sun bathe...

    You'd get a better tan up there than on most beaches!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieGong View Post
    Just fabulous Marco.
    Congratulations and max respect to you and Del for sticking together through thick and thin, great to see - well done !!
    Hi Rob,

    Cheers, mate. Honestly, it's flown by and seems like yesterday. Del and I are defo for keeps, so God willing, look out for the thread detailing the celebration of our Golden anniversary!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebottle View Post
    Gordon Bennet, I take it the invite must have got lost in the post

    ..and anyway where are the pictures of the happy couple? He he.
    Congrats, here is to many more
    Cheers, Alan. Have you been to Austria before? We love it, and having been again this time would seriously consider retiring there, as we love the climate, the people and the way of life

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    Beautiful!
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