Hotel Mozart Vital
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
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... next to some souvenir shops. This was perfect as Mum wanted to look at some more shops before we left. Drove into Fussen, such a cute town! Sherry & I had spent a short amount of time here a few years ago, but it was great to see a bit more of the place. Mum & I had dinner here (Mum still can't get over how big the portion-sizes are here ... although seriously, she eats like a sparrow!) While at dinner, we could hear a ...
Having spent a week on my mountain, it was time to do some longer and steeper walks again so it was back to Oberstdorf but this time avoiding waterfalls! Day 1 was spent on a flatter walk and on day 2 the only way was up! Although due to time constraints we came down by cable car which confused Lizzie! Surprisingly little ...
... of the lake, popular with mountain bikers. I notice a couple of them stare right at me as they pass, which seems a bit odd--people don't usually stare at each other in this part of the world. Then I realize it's because they're wearing helmet cameras, and I guess they want to get a good view of this odd character hiking down a mountain carrying a guitar! I've now entered the commune of Mals. The first village of this ...
Day 285 5 hrs, 8 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 29.6 kms Technically I'm in Italy, but as my friend in Flies reminded me, this region is historically and culturally part of Austria. Even now it has some autonomy, with it's own transportation system and education system (German first, then Italian) All the towns have both German and Italian names. The whole area still has a pretty Austrian "feel" to it. My first town Curon Venosta, is actually a ...
Day 285 6 hrs, 16.6 kms The valley gradually narrows into a gorge, and I leave the grassy fields behind. Luckily there's a trail through the forest along the rushing turbulent river. It's a popular area for camping--there's a fun looking (but unfortunately locked) rope/cable bridge across the river and an "Indian Camp" a cluster of teepees I guess for young folks to have a Native American style camping experience (this is Austria, right?). And then ...