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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... idyllic. Lunch over and we resumed our hike, luckily in a downhill direction. The last part was quite a steep descent along a narrow track that eventually lead to the main road, and more importantly our destination for the totally unnecessary cake and coffee, which we nonetheless enjoyed while Patrick and Anya caught the bus to where we had left the cars. It was probably the best cake we had had to date - apricot cake served with cream and ice cream. ...
... else down as it was getting even steeper than it had been so far, with narrow tracks. So Bob and I and Linda and Ian, decided to head back down to the village. Lunch was at a restaurant just down the hill from the Faschina Hotel, and it was awesome. We had what is called raclette, which is a barbecue on the table. Meat and fish is cooked on the top of the grill and cheese and vegetables are cooked underneath. I also tried the traditional Austrian ...
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