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... extremely well made
considering it was temp and must have cost millions to construct. I can just
imagine them trying to construct this in Britain as a temporary measure. It
would take them 20 years to build, never mind the cost of the project.
As soon as the light changes to green I am off like a shot up this rather
steep and twisty road. I have to make fast progress as the last thing I want now
is to hold the cars up which I just pushed passed at ...
... figured out that we were supposed to get off at a stop that was about an hour or so back, in the middle of the route. We waited around for not too long, and ended up having the same bus driver on his route back to where we originally got on. This time, he made sure we were at the correct stop before getting off the bus. :) We waited for a while, and finally got the correct bus to take us to Feichten, where our hostel was. It is the city ...
... and my hiking boots!
Tuesday morning we drove to the Val da Camp (in the Bernina Pass). We parked the car and hiked in to Lungacqua Sac. Saoseo Refugio for the night. (Shane and I drove this road 7 years ago in rain so intense it was like driving on a river. The walking path we took to the lake actually begins next to the restaurant where we stopped for a rest! We had no idea of the beauty we missed.)
A refugio is a mountain hotel. You book a ...
... is carved, the floors are tiled--it is ornate and overwhelming, and surprisingly cramped. Truthfully, it didn't feel very livable; in fact, Ludwig only lived there a total of 177 days. He was rather solitary, and the castle shows that. We started the walk down, walking sticks in hand, but after climbing and descending hundreds of stairs in the castle, our knees were not happy with us. At one point there were Bavarian draft horses and wagons, and for ...
... the countryside began to be interspersed with manufacturing and other businesses. We had another rest stop with the self-cleaning toilets--our last. The non-restroom part of these is clean and bright, with small food service areas for sandwiches, or for pastries, or for beverages--you can also get entrees such as spaghetti or fish. There are shops for gifts, for alcohol, and the more typical snack foods and toys for the kids on car trips. Nothing sleazy or crowded about them. Today ...