Grand Hotel Quellenhof
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- Continental Breakfast
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It was with much sadness that we had to leave Faschina today. Packing, breakfast, and paying bills was just depressing. A sunny morning, we would have rather been staying and going for another lovely walk. But they say all good things must come to an end, so sad as it was we packed the bags into the minivans, and headed off towards Feldkirch. There was one more place to visit however, a local monastery. The ...
... through. Unfortunately there are few photos from the ridge with the camera staying in the backpack. With my eyes focused on Anja's feet I don't think the photos would have been much good anyway. When we finally reached the end of the ridge it was a feeling of relief and exhilaration. From there it was an easy walk downhill through the wildflowers to our lunch destination. Less authentic and much busier, lunch was nevertheless nice enough. We then hiked down ...
... heated, and a cold water trough. The water was said to have medicinal properties and fix any skin problems. After an enjoyable stroll along the river it was time to head uphill. It was quite a long uphill climb to our destination, a very old guest house, with chapel, of course, where we were to have lunch. The setting was quite spectacular, nestled into the mountains. Bob was adventurous, trying venison sausage, with ...
... finished, and our ride having arrived to pick us up, we headed to Lech, where in winter the rich and famous ski, but where today there just happened to be a vintage car show on. Lech was really hoping, with millions of dollars of vintage cars for the menfolk to drool over. With only half an hour they quickly did the rounds before we all got back in the vans for the run back to Faschina via Raggal on the shady side of the valley. It had once again been a ...
... It was delicious. After lunch we had a traditional tea making lesson with Patick's mother Elizabeth. Elizabeth has developed a "Tea Project" in the Grosse Walsertal, to ensure that traditional methods are preserved. We were all given specific flowers and plants to collect, then we combined out harvest to produce the desired mix for tea. The tradition is that the tea must be made with exactly seven different ingredients. We all ended up with a bag ...