Grand Hotel Quellenhof
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- Minbar in room
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... good and bad. The city itself was pretty uninteresting despite the glowing recommendation in Lonely Planet but it has a great Olympic Games Museum which we both really enjoyed. The International Olympic Committee is based in Lausanne and the museum was excellent. It covers all aspects of the Olympic Games and included heaps of memorabilia, interactive exhibits, even behind the scenes stuff about the athletes village. Our next stop was the ...
... an awesome experience! Next, we rode the gondola up the mountain to have lunch. Amazing views. After lunch we rode the gondola to the top and the view was even more outstanding. It is hard to describe how amazingly beautiful it was! We then hiked back down to the first Gondola station. It was a challenging downhill hike but it was definitely worth it! And that's not all, after our hike we went to the Alpine ...
Today we woke up in Linzkirch, Germany and ate breakfast, driving through Switzerland to have lunch, and will end up having dinner in Austria.when we arrived in Austria, town of Schruns we did a fun Scavenger hunt. Earnest Hemingway used to visit here and wrote about his experiences here. After we explored and had shopportunity we found our hotel and had to ...
... back to the 16th, when one monk from Switzerland arrived in the valley. Today there is again only one monk, who runs the monastery more as a business, with a farm, horses, restaurant, guest house, vegetable garden and wine cellar. We got to visit the wine cellar during our short visit. Back in the vans it was off to Feldkirch for our last meal together at Schattenberg Castle. We had to have the famous 30 cm schnitzel ...
... 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 ...