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- Reduced mobility rooms
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It doesn't take me too long to fully explore the town--to climb up a little ridge to check up it little castle with a garden in the center (free entrance)... to wander up and down its various alleys. Since the bus isn't leaving for a good while, I decide to go ahead and wander along a country road for a while, then come back.
I suppose I could start a Superhike here--there are villages up in the hills to explore... Nah... I'll continue ...
... all of their demands (food, jewels, candy, your first born, ANYTHING). You can do it yourelf but you will feel your stress levels drop significantly with just one extra set of hands. (Ok ok, in our case our friend Thomas called an offered, but that is because he has the biggest heart out of anyone we know and he alreaday has three kids so I doubt he would have wanted our first born). After the truck is loaded and ...
... the moment. If it were later on in the day, I'd definitely go ahead and hop in for a splash. Nice to be closer to nature again, after miles and miles of towns and farmland.
At the top of the ridge is a turnoff to "Washington Monument State Park". I, as most people, think of Washington Monuent as that pointy thing between the capitol and the Lincoln Memorial in DC. But no, it's not the only one... other states also built their own ...
... I decide to try for it... Sure enough...
Down this road a short ways, another sign that says "Appalachian Trail", this one is very well marked, very obvious. Yes! let's do it! I sprint down the trail in happy relief.
Turns out, that first trail wasn't the Appalachian trail at all, just some half-trail that somebody marked with the same white dash that is used on the Appalachian trail... Wow. Glad I didn't try to follow it farther than I did!
... I had chosen seal stamps. I said no, and she showed me on the map where they hang out. It happened to be a beach near Guesthouse Hof, and I was mad I wasn't aware of this. I thought on my way back yesterday that I could make a little detour.
The beach was called Ytri-Tunga, and it was down a small, pot--holed road. I parked and made my way down the snowy track. It was stunning, again with with black rocks, pebbles, snow and glistening blue water. I was ...