Hotel Goldener Adler
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- Free parking
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... very hard so it got steeper near the end. There were 38 hairpin bends on the way up (and 46 on the way down!!) VERY happy to reach the top as I cramped with 500 m to go. Not good! Amazing views from the top, and felt funny to be riding up through snow covered rock areas. The descent down the "classic side" was awesome with the 46 hairpin turns. Even overtook a bus! Wow. What a climb. Thought I had bit off more than I could chew doing an alpine climb, but did ...
... from races in the states- aid stations had hot bullion to drink, and shots of fruit liquor " to make you warm". At the end, I have never seen so many people smoking at the finish line and while waiting for racers to finish as I saw in Davos. Actually, I don't think I have seen anyone smoking after a race ...
... took her spot. We make our way to Davos, located in Eastern Switzerland, the site of the Swiss alpine marathon, and at 5,120 ft, the highest city in Europe. The streets are packed with people, most wearing hiking boots or high end running shoes. A contrast from Zurich, where most of the women wore heels, sandals or ballet flats. After a traditional dinner of flamkuchen and rosti, it's time to get some rest. Darrin has a busy day starting his 78k race at ...
... the sound of the water running down its bed. The current was strong due to previous several rainy days and thus heralds a rather physical morning.
We were given a complete equipement : thick wetsuit -together with socks - which reassured me as I thought water was possibily snow melting down - helmet, harness and snap hooks. Stefan explained how to abseil and made us try on a wooden wall.
No sooner said than done, ...
... got to have them in pairs.
- The country of Liechtenstein is so small that in 2007, Swiss troops accidentally invaded it after getting lost in a rainstorm.
- Our place has a fallout shelter (below), and if you don't have one they charge you a penalty tax. The country has enough of these shelters to accommodate 8.7 million people.
That's enough exercise for our brains today.