Hotel Mozart Vital
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
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... and decorations are influenced by those cultures. Romansh is the major language of this region. On 9/27 we walked from Sent to Scuol in a little over an hour, then took a gondola to have lunch in a mountain restaurant. We then took a very easy walk to a chair lift which took us down to Ftan to catch a bus back Scuol. Tomorrow we're off to ...
... 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 ...
... to brighter things, although not the weather. Today we'll really find Austria, hidden in the German alpine countryside, which is magnificent. We paid our €21 dues to the campsite Kommandant and headed south-east towards Innsbruck with no particular destination in mind. First stop , after passing Immenstadt, was Rettenberg where we found a butcher and a baker next door to each other. Both shops were unbelievably friendly towards us, this extending to ...
... threw it in and watched patiently waiting for the fish to bite! Oh and they caught a grasshopper as bait! They watched. And watched. Nothing happened so they had breakfast. Then they watched a bit more, before deciding we should probably hit the road (it's lunch time by now!). We drove to Berwang (1300m), up in the MoU twins towards Germany. After a sandwich for lunch we hiked ...
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 ...