BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel Weisses Kreuz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day 27 Another 8am start to travel our 292km to Lech, Austria. We started the day by climbing back over Passo di Gardena, heading West to St. Ulrich. We then used the motorway to head North East passed Brixen then onto Sterzing.before leaving Itally via the 2474 meter, Timmelsjoch Pass. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timmels joch This pass was first planned in 1859 however it was not completed and opened to traffic until 1967. Often called ...
... a large swimming lake about a kilometre from the
campsite, and found some shade to relax in. A sign told us the water temperature was 23 degrees, very pleasant. The lake is fantastic with enough space for the hoards that were taking advantage of the weather. It has a huge wooden pirate ship for the kids to jump off and pontoons moored mid lake. It is clearly somewhere to bring the kids after school (just about the time we turned up!). What a great place.
... to them there. I feel incredibly sad that this part of our holiday is over, but very privileged to have been a part of this years Euro Alps Tour. After a hour or so wandering around Feldkirch we were able to check into our room and have a short nanna nap. We then went looking for something to eat, but still full from lunch, we settled for an ice cream. On our way back to our room we ran into Jim and Ann and arranged ...
... be our only opportunity to use it. In hindsight, I think it was a wise move as it meant I was fresh to attack the ridge. It was quite a steep uphill climb at the start, but not particularly scary, but before long the track narrowed and the steep drops either side became more intimidating. There were a few sections with a steel rope to hang onto where the track was particularly narrow, and a few other sections where I was grateful for Anja's firm grip to ...
... I had a wurstsalat. It was all delicious. We then took another track back to the creek then continued along the creek past rapids, pools and waterfalls. Spectacular stuff. We then continued to follow the river before joining a road that headed back to the cars. On the way we passed a a man milling timber logs into planks - it seems that he was a carpenter who built stairs, but he enjoyed milling his own timber. ...