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... not adhering to the reboarding times, we commenced our 2 hour drive back to Zurich along Lake Walen, at the foot of the Churfirsten mountain range. Although late, Marcello requested the driver to make an unplanned 5 minute stop so we could see and photograph Lake Walen's beautiful scenery. Yet again, the same people were late reboarding the bus. As we pulled in to Zurich city, Marcello gave us his parting joke, well actually more like imparting his wisdom and bid us ...
... for dinner. The young man at the front desk of our hotel told us about a great little wood fired restaurant for pizza. We drove through the main part of the city, and I have never seen such exclusive stores. Some of them I've never heard of before. The shopping is fantastic if you are a shopper.
This place is known for it's rich and famous. Kings, Queens, Princes and Princesses along with many, many movie stars come here for the skiing and the ...
... We went to the information center as soon as we reached the town of Zernez. This is where the park begins. We talked about an alpine hike and where we might get a sandwich to take with us. She directed us up the hill so we got a sandwich, chips and a Toblerone candy bar. I've been wanting one ever since we got here and decided by George I was going to enjoy a few bites.
The hike was beautiful, but ...
... would ski down to school. He taught 6 grades all in the one room and loved it. Heidi was also filmed in that area. ( Hope I've got all that right, Gaudenz!) Now ... remember that hat? The one that cost me a fortune in St Moritz? It was worth it's weight in gold when the sun came out on the train. ( I probably wore it 6 times!) But now I love it.... it has 'history.' But, the funny thing was, Gaudenz decided to buy a hat from the souvenir trolley after ...
... drove north east down the
valley towards Galtur. Campsites appear to be few and far between in Tyrol but,
by luck, we found a place on or near Kops-Stausee, high in the mountains. This
was actually an ACSI place, but not listed in our book. Apparently it is in a
Dutch publication called “Klein + Fign Kaperen” – see www.eurocampings.eu – which focuses on
sites with less than 50 places.
Monday 25 August ...