Gasthof Post Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... give a view of the gorge far, far below. The main gorge actually continues south into Switzerland. This road is climbing up the wall of a smaller gorge up over the pass to Italy. Finally, after one last tunnel, I pop out in a shallow narrow valley witha stream running next to it. Looks like I'm safe. There's a somewhat modern stone fortress pressed right against the cliff, guarding the way... and then... the grassy fields begin once again. I've ...
... chalet--nice spot for a videoclip. Pfunds is the last town before the big climb up to the pass into Italy, so its a bittersweet farewell. Now that I've discovered that you can sleep in a warm bed and not blow your budget here in Austria, I'm not in such a hurry to move on. But the mountain awaits me. I fix my gaze on the narrowing valley up ahead and continue down the ...
Day 284 4 hrs, 12.5 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 37.5 kms In the town of Pfunds up ahead there's supposed to be a hostel and I'm determined to get there tonight. But I still can't pass up the chance to do a quick parkbench concert in the riverside town of Tosens as I pass through. I then find a quiet country path on the other side of the stream and continue my sprint to ...
Day 284 2 hrs 5 kms I follow the trail which cuts through a cow pasture, where a portly bovine dares stands in my way a la Lord of the Rings :"You shall not pass!" Finally I climbed up the sloped to get around her. Down at the bottom is a reservoir and the valley floor widens a little. For this next stretch I actually feel hot for the first time in who knows how long. Looks like it might ...
... And then, the wife abruptly gets up and leaves. Concert is over. Darn, missed my chance. The gentleman plays a couple more songs, as the wife brings me a glass of apple cider. I try to squeeze as much information as I can out of him. And he has a lot of fascinating insights to share. "Here in Austria we say life is like a table: it needs 4 legs to stand on. That's why we say a person should have several jobs. I have a farm, I ...