Kinderhotel St Zeno
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from fast sweeping curves to extremely tight curves.
Finally I reach the town of Stelvio which is just like many towns in this neck of the world with very narrow streets making their way between the wonderful painted up buildings.
I turn up right and this is me now on the climb up Stelvio pass. This road up is extremely narrow and must have about 30 or so hairpin bends. With it being so narrow one has to be extremely careful not to go out too far on the ...
... 8221; – grey mountain cheese/fish soup for
starters and trout in almonds/spicy crust for main
Friday 29 August
Stayed around the campsite throughout the morning reading
a good book. A short local walk in the afternoon but managed to catch a bus
that took us right back to our start point rather than taking us further up the
valley side. Gave up in disgust, had a cup of tea and carried on with the good
Note from Val: Today we took a guided tour into the mountains east of the town of Obergurgl (up the Gaisbergferner glacier valley) to search for garnets. We were well equipped for the task, with our hammer and chisel borrowed from our hotel. Our guide, Monika, was very knowledgeable about the area, and once she showed us what to look for we were able to spot and collect quite a few nice garnet samples. For ...
... their elevations. We even got a bit of sun up there, and were able to catch a glimpse of the Dolomite Alps in the distance (where we'll be soon). We enjoyed our bakerai kaiser sandwich lunch up there, which we had purchased in town in the morning. On our way down we encountered a herd of sheep, who seemed to find Bob very interesting and followed him for quite a long way (I tried to stay off to the side). We were back ...
... 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 ...