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... In spite of the drizzle we managed to find our way from the huge train station across the river and a short two blocks to our hotel. So far so good. Our focus was to wander the old part of town along the river and get lost in the back streets. There were far less tourists than in Vienna which gave the city a more laid back feel. It's interesting that in Vienna the residents seem to dress in designer or fashionable clothing. In Zurich I felt right at ...
... up steep, slippery steps at the side of the waterfall, to walking on open grass-covered mountains. My guide set a pace that meant we could meet the times set by the signposts (times obviously set by taller men and women with longer strides!).
My ever faithful companion Lizzie (who is '84' years old!!) did it all with me and walked twice as far as I did since there were so many incredible smells to explore! We did have one horrendous moment when ...
... share a couple of small glasses of wine. We got a glass of red and a glass of white to sample. It was actually a very romantic lunch. We talked about the five different cheeses and how much we enjoyed each of them with both wines.
From there we were driving out of this little village and ran into a herd of cows being herded by several men and women in Lederhousen. All the ...
... 8221; – grey mountain cheese/fish soup for
starters and trout in almonds/spicy crust for main
Friday 29 August
Stayed around the campsite throughout the morning reading
a good book. A short local walk in the afternoon but managed to catch a bus
that took us right back to our start point rather than taking us further up the
valley side. Gave up in disgust, had a cup of tea and carried on with the good
... other than
where we had stayed in Zeinissee), and looked at the impressive avalanche
protection (31 people died here in 1999). We then went on to Ischgl and, as the
rain was stopping, we decided to take the chairlifts up towards Samnaun which
is a duty free zone in Switzerland. The lifts were completely free with the 3
day Silvretta card, which came with the local accommodation at Zeinissee. The
card also included ...