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On 9/23 we we planned to hike from Ardez to Scuol but we were soon bogged down on a steep slope consisting of mud, cow pies and sheep & goat droppings; not a pleasant undertaking. When we got past that we were on snow that had fallen yesterday. We used the opportunity to walk through the snow to clean our boots. This worked until we stepped into cow pies hidden by the snow! The trail guide indicated that mountain restaurants were opportunities ...
... German accent but then has to offer a handful of shrapnel to the waitress as he didn't understand what the cost was. My counting prowess hasn't extended beyond twelve yet, and I'm certainly not ready for decimals. It's cold and Sandra feels in need of warm sustenance. We haven't dined out since the ferry, if you discount a couple of shared "tasty bites". A look around Lermoos doesn't offer anything exciting - well ...
The day looked dreary but it soon cleared and became an absolute beauty! We left Innsbruck, stopped for some groceries, and headed south to the Kaunertal Glacier park. It's in Austria, right on the boarder of Autria, Italy and Switzerland. It was €23 to drive the car up the 26km road to Karlesjoch where there is a gondola that takes you up to the Drei ...
... after an hour or so. The visit concluded with a dip in the radon pool. Somehow, radiation in the pool was beneficial to your health. After reading the warning signs I couldn't help but disagree. I left the waters. I didn't feel as if I had superpowers but I also didn't feel like I had radiation poisoning. One day soon I hope my powers will activate. Perhaps in a dire moment of need. Even if they don't, I will remember Meran for its mountain town charm and it's over-German ...
We had a late start after a restless sleep (a few cars in and out of the car park through the night). We set out on a 55km ride. It started through the valley on a bike path, then headed up on the road to Piller. We stopped at the Fließ Naturparkhaus for ...