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Travel Blogs from Solden
... 2000m high sibling - Osterfelderkopf. We decided to start small and work our way up, so Osterfelderkopf it was first up. We got off the train and made our way to the gondola. Only a handful of people got off the train with us as most carried on to the higher mountain which we would visit later in the day. So it was relatively quiet on this stretch of our adventure. On arrival at Osterfelderkopf, we made our way to the Alpspix. This attraction has ...
... himself to a treat. I had re-planned part of today's itinerary to actually complete some that were planned for tomorrow so we it would allow us more time, plus today was just a travel day. Leaving St Moritz, the BP across the road had ice, so we purchased a bag and set course towards the town of Füssen, Germany. As we drove the sun was doing a great job in burning up the fog, and once it had reached its full strength, the colours of the countryside ...
... around for a couple hours, and traveling up into higher altitude mountains to look down into the town, we end up back on the main street to have dinner and Austrian beer at an outdoor cafe. The food is delicious, the surroundings are perfect, and we just sit and take it all in. At one point, some street performers put on a little juggling show, followed by a marching band that comes passing by us. After Innsbruck, we drive west toward Liechtenstein, a small ...
... Mon - A German Gorge and an Austrian Gorge. We arrived in the German town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. This town was founded by uniting the two towns of Garmisch and Partenkirchen by a decree of Adolf Hitler to bring the 1936 Winter Olympics to Germany. The International Olympic Committee was going to pass over Germany as the host, because there were not enough hotel rooms in the host town, so Hitler forced the unification of Garmisch and Partenkirchen ...
There was a slight drama on our last night in Zurich. We found out that our AirBnB accommodation in Innsbruck had been cancelled! This resulted in a bit of scrambling but eventually we were able to find another place to stay. Phew! Our journey from Switzerland through Liechtenstein to Austria on the train was another beautiful one as we took the Brenner Pass through the Alps. We were met at the station by our host Pia and she drove us to our her place in Aldrans, about 15 ...