Torkelbundte Hotel Garni
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... but not all so we are slowly learning German - errr or at least the important words like Bier and Rot Weine (Beer and Red Wine).
We took a tour of the city and learned that the city was built upon embroidery back in 612 AD by an Irish monk, Gallus (I know I'm getting into history mom - can you believe it) and the town was known to be an epicenter for knowledge, so we toured a very old Monk library with all of the original manuscripts ...
... well all the kids played together! After dinner we were treated to a gymnastics routine and got beaten by one of the boys at memory! We then went home and Cristina got home not long after us. We had a drink and some biscuits while caught up with her. Today we had an amazing breakfast with croissants and different breads. During the day we went around the old town here in Wädenswil. We then went back home for lunch and for Lorenzo to have a sleep. For lunch we had ...
... watering holes for skiiers going and coming from the slopes. I reach the last train station for a while. After this, the rail line and the freeway are going to burrow deep under the mountain. There's a little voice inside me that tells me that I could just hop on a train to Innsbruck, and spend the night in a warm hostel... But I quickly silence this ...
Day 282 2 hrs, 5 kms Dalais is another peaceful little village, built partly in the valley floor, and partly up the grassy slopes. I get off the trail for a bit to make it easier to walk from town to town. I find, a bit to my amusement, that drivers seem utterly baffled when seeing a pedestrian by the road. Even when there's a very wide shoulder and plenty of room for them to drive ...
... on up the trail, zigzagging back and forth, back and forth, until I finally reach a rocky area of semi-waterfalls, with the beautiful waterfall not too far above.
Close enough. Time for a videoclip. I pause to soak in the view, then head on back down the moutain. By the time I reach the town of Auberbraz again, I've lost several hours and climbed nearly a thousand meters just to see a waterfall close up.
Worth it, I'd say... but I won't be doing this too often, I don't ...