Holiday Inn Feldkirch
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We made it to SWITZERLAND - the land of mountains, cheese, and chocolate where they speak German, Italian, and French.
St. Gallen, Switzerland
We are staying in St. Gallen, which is about a 1 hour train ride west of Zurich in the German speaking part of the country and is a very historic, smaller town of which we have learned ALL of the history!
During our first week of orientation, we learned that it is known as ...
... town. It had started to snow outside and was much colder than we were used to in the other parts of Switzerland we had been. The town is hundreds of years old and the buildings have amazing artwork on the outside. We also visited the Catholic Cathedral and the paintings on the ceilings were incredible! After walking around the town, we stopped by the apartment to pick our bags up and went to a bar near the train station for a drink. Here we have Ovomaltine which is ...
3 hrs, 5 kms
It is a chilly night--but not unbearable. I wake up in the morning feeing quite proud of myself: I've managed to camp out high up Alps--and lived to tell the tale. I continue across the last cow pastures, towards the cozy little ski town of Stuben, which consists mainly just of hotels, restaurants and ski shops. From here, I climb above the tree line once again, up a steep slope and around a bend to another barren looking valley. Without trees, it ...
Day 282 8 hrs, 12 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 32 kms The valley starts to climb a bit more steeper, which makes me a bit nervous. The higher I get means the colder it will get at night. Also, it means things get more touristy and thus, more expensive as I approach ski resort towns. In fact the next couple of towns (which are officially just one town) look more ...
... It's only 10:30 in the morning, but I will wait no longer.
This freshly grilled doner tastes like a bit of heaven.
I continue on, trudging through the rain along a pretty forgettable stretch of road, up over a ridge and down again, across a river, and suddenly, I've reached my first Austrian town: Feldkirch.
This isn't my first time in Austria. Back in 2009 while zipping back and forth across Europe on a Eurolines pass, I spent a ...