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... We had a nice cooked dinner again that night, and just relaxed and went to sleep early! The next morning we watched the sunrise from the bus as we made our way back to Innsbruck, where we took the train to Dachau- where my next blog adventure begins!
I would love to be able to go back to Austria someday- it is on my list to come back here!!
Don't forget to check out more of my pictures from the Alps and skiing below!
... week were discussed as we walked through the peaceful village of Rappersville. Where we end up will depend on the weather. Apparently it will be sunny in the south so that's where we decided to head in the morning. This turned out to be a great choice!
By the end of the week we brushed the border of Lichenstein, spent a night in Italy and two more nights on a park bordering Austria....we actually hiked over the pass to eat a picnic lunch in Austria ...
... in the need to be her eyes and ears as well as my own.
There were times when I thought that I couldn’t go any further but realised that I must be getting fitter because a short stop to catch my breath and I could carry on. I remember a seasoned Burton Rambler telling me ‘Oh no dear, it never gets any easier but the recovery time becomes so much quicker!’ She was right!
I cannot begin to explain the sense of ...
Thursday 28 August
Moved on this morning, up the Pitztal valley, just south
of Imst. Went up to the Pitztal glacier, taking the Glacier Express(tunnel
train) followed Tyrol’s highest cable car to the restaurant at 3,440m, near the
top of the Wildspitze (3,774m). Perfect weather for a day in the snow – blue
skies and no wind.
Staying near Jerzens tonight. Had a great evening meal at
the campsite restaurant ...
... other than
where we had stayed in Zeinissee), and looked at the impressive avalanche
protection (31 people died here in 1999). We then went on to Ischgl and, as the
rain was stopping, we decided to take the chairlifts up towards Samnaun which
is a duty free zone in Switzerland. The lifts were completely free with the 3
day Silvretta card, which came with the local accommodation at Zeinissee. The
card also included ...