Der Pitztaler Kirchenwirt
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... Sunday Reese and I ventured up to a new Hutte that is about 1000 vertical meters above our house. I think the opportunity to hike from the house is also truly unique where on average you can be in high alpine (above 1500 m) within 1 hour of hard uphill hiking. We shared a coke and sprite on the deck of the Hutte with the sun setting in the background. It was very Austrian...I also like the fact that she can climb as quickly as me and so the exploration potential is increasing every week!
... minutes after the last ride. They are skiing there, and we will show you a poster of this weekend's race to prove it.
We have two more one night stands. One in Rothenburg and one in Frankfurt before flying west to see our favorite daughter (Sally) and our three monsters (okay, we imagine we are also looking forward to seeing our other four ...
... seated. They have a tiny little spot where you can bag your groceries, and yes, you always have to bag your own (Angela, you would not be impressed!). I think it's likely not an issue for most as they shop every other day so their loads are small. For us, we try to get it all done at once, which means the people behind us sigh waiting while we try to bag our things. The clerk tries to push as much food in the little space as possible - and they are fast!; - baking ...
... a guy who invited us to his table and shouted us beers all night... We were very lucky! It was closing weekend of the festival and once again it was ridiculously busy and sooooooooo good! SO happy to return and drink beer and eat more German food ;) Next we went to Dachau-German concentration camp which was confronting! Toured the place, went through the museum and displays and watched a ...
We woke up to the most beautiful view along the river. There's even a castle up on the hill! We weren't quite sure what was here as we pulled up after dark last night. The boys tried their luck with some fishing in the "fishing hole". They found an old fly on the rocks that had about 5cm of fishing line on it. Then they attached a bright yellow camping rope to the end, tied it to a ...