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... and the children above the kitchen in a separate building. It is filled with priceless treasures, and one 125 year old loaf of bread that was a gift from someone in Russia that is dry but not moldy! The best thing in both castles, to us, were the views of the surrounding countryside, the lakes, the mountains...and the views of the other castle! We then drove to Wieskirk, a Rococo church built in 1745 because a rejected carved wooden statue of Jesus, off ...
... and began to see mountains on the horizon--and not just any mountains, but the Alps! We had our ritual farewell listening to Germany's national anthem, and passed the Austrian flag as that anthem was played. Soon we were crossing rivers and then, on the hillside, we were seeing fairy tale castles, which we will visit tomorrow. Because there may be rain tomorrow, which would preclude riding the luge, our guide wisely chose to move that activity to today, and put the visit to ...
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 ...
... moment I had an inkling of what it might be like to work for the Yukon Geological Survey - maybe I missed my true calling in life? Anyway we had a great time, and finished up the day with a great Wienerschnitzel meal at a local restaurant. Tonight we have to pack up for our train trip to Venice tomorrow. We're sorry to be leaving this area. There is so much great hiking here - maybe we'll be back some ...
We had a great day in the mountains today and made it up to well over 10,000 feet (10,750 to be exact). We accomplished this feat by taking 3 separate gondolas and also hiking over 500 metres of elevation gain. At a high point above the final gondola (which we had to cross a snowfield to reach - shades of the coming Yukon weather) there was a large needle-shaped marker and a tabletop 360 degree photo showing all the ...