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Today I took a day trip to a couple of little villages, heidiland and Liechtenstein - a small country that is between Switzerland and Austria. It was a very nice tour and we passed through lots of farm land. The farms are all cute and old and tiny and they were smelly because everyone was spreading manure ...
... and could recover easily. My feet also were significantly better with only a small amount of pressure as my toes were pushed forward when I turned.
The last part of the run when we continued past the chair lift, was among the large pine trees covered in snow. We cruised slowly through admiring the beautiful scenery, and giving way to people coming fast behind us. Bet they never get a chance to admire the scenery.
We did one run on the blue slope at the ...
Today was Saturday and unfortunately Bart had to go to work, but the rest of us had the morning free. After breakfast Joel walked with Bart to the ski rental store where Bart works to return the sleds we used last night.
Brigitte and I got Eric ready, and I watched Brigitte practice accordion as she had to perform at a function tonight. At 9am we all caught the train to Diavolezza which is down the same valley as Pontresina. The weather ...
... and the Krazy Kanguruh, however the slopes were a lot busier and also icier. Don't get me wrong - the skiing/boarding is still great.
On the other hand, the Lech side (Lech, Zug and Zurs) seemed to have the better slopes - wide, open, not too crowded, and much more powder.
So you really have to decide what you prefer more...
... we walked up the street to pick Eric up from school and buy some cheese and bread for dinner. On way home picked up ski gear and sleds from Bart’s work.
At home we helped Brigitte cook pumpkin soup also for dinner and ate quickly before meeting Bart and catching a train to Preda. The five of us were going for the longest sled run at nearly 8km long and runs under 3 bridges which the national train runs over. We walked a short distance ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed