Hotel Garni Muttler Alpinresort & Spa
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to go). Did he understand me?
I gave it a go, drove for 20 kilometers without any sign, and it felt wrong, so I went back found another service station and they told me to continue.
It was evening now and I had been on the bike for quite a few hours now, so I was starting to get tired and hungry. I knew I wouldn't make it to Lake Como until the next day, but it didn't matter. That is part of the experience. Make a loose plan and ...
... for more than a minute. Too cold, so I started rolling down the pass. It was still a good drive, but I was looking forward to dry roads and warm fingers.
Lots of bikers now, most of them on new sporty looking bikes. I had to be careful in some of the sharp turns as my exhaust would scrape the tarmac it I turned to aggressively. So if it had been a race, I would have been Captain Slow.
... another days boarding with the highlights being Yulia improving, the boys taking me on a powder run, me beating my speed record (just 60.5km/h) and our last run down the ski/bike trail. This trail was soooooo much fun. It was about two snowboard lengths wide and has berms, mounds (jumps) and S bends. We regret not finding it earlier!!! We agreed we have to come back just for that run. Haha. After boarding we caught thw worlds ...
... the main town of Mals. Here I come across another--much uglier--fortress: a concrete dome in the middle of the field that looks like a grim reminder of another war: World War II. Mals is a larger towns, with all the shops I need to stock up on supplies--and some cool towers to give it some character. I've gotten my second wind and am really enjoying this Superhike once again. However, I'm getting the feeling that this is a ...
... of towns under one government. I guess it's more efficient that way, but that means fewer parkbenching points for me. I'm walking downhill now. I barely notice when I crossed my 4th Alpine pass this time. This pass was still below the treeline, and surrounded by families out for a stroll, it didn't feel like a rugged conquest, as the crossing of Splugenpass from Italy to Switzerland did. Soon the valley flattens out a little and there's ...