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... through to the accommodation for the night. No reception did not help this situation. Richard: The big day had arrived. I was nervous, excited, but still dizzy like I have been for the last few days. I was wondering how it would feel on the ride. Bryan wanted to do two passes or climbs before Stelvio, which though daunting was also an extra challenge :) The two early climbs were not too bad and the weather was perfect! Thanks God. We started the ...
... because Ric was in the toilet- Bryan's fault - he encouraged him. We arrived walked around town and looked at the duty free shops while Ric and Bryan went for a ride. Annabel bought some stuff and lovely dinner in the hotel restaurant. Beautiful local produce where Sues local treat was bresola a dried beef and salad. This little place is really interesting as it has the alpine village feel but is obviously the shopping Mecca of the area with all the designer goods ...
... ready, es geht los !
The first steps in the water were surprising as we could't feel anything, nothing cold in fact. It slowly manifest itself as we started sinking into the river. We quickly arrived near the first drop. Stefan, as professional as pedagogue, belaid us one by one. Everything went smooth.
We went down the river for two hours and a half. Our last abseiling was the most technical and impressive one ...
... br> - License plates are issued to individuals. If you sell the car and buy a new one, you keep the plate.
- Mosquitos are slow moving, do not bite (usually), and are dumb. This is probably why there are no window screens in Switzerland.
- Switzerland is the only the only country with a square flag.
- They really DO have a Navy.
- In Switzerland, it is illegal to keep just one guinea ...
... called Klosters. It's a picturesque little (not so little really) village that is covered in snow in winter and to which skiers naturally flock.
All was well on my GPS until past Innsbruck. The thing was programmed to avoid main roads and took me over the mountains to get here. It was like climbing the Himalayas in a pair of sneakers, ...