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... but eggs are not refrigerated, all milk is 4% fat, and they don't have triscuits - I'm in trouble! Also, Jessie and Nicki, the shopping is amazing - so many really cute stores - I just can't afford anything haha
On our first night, they took us out to fondue and wine, which is their staple here. The cheese fondue was intense - very sharp, but a fun experience and then we devoured a bunch of meat fondue! Also, a lot of people speak ...
... cut of meat as we haven't had that for a while haha. We had beef with a creamy wine sauce with potato rösti and bacon. We had a lot of wine tonight as we had a few glasses of three different wines. We started before dinner with white wine, then had red wine with dinner and port with dessert. For dessert we had hot berries with ice cream! We spent the rest of the night looking at photos and talking to family. The next few days are going to be so much fun - I can't ...
... and Amanda at the Schloss Nyphenberg.
Lisa and I brought the 'big' ticket which took us through the Summer Palace , garden pavilions, and the largest carriage museum in the world. Was built for a queen as her summer house to get away from Munich. See the pictures.
Next was the carriage museum. OMG so OTT. The photos do not do the ostentatious (?) justice. We thought we would have lots of time , but again, we ran out. The gardens ...
3 hrs, 5 kms
It is a chilly night--but not unbearable. I wake up in the morning feeing quite proud of myself: I've managed to camp out high up Alps--and lived to tell the tale. I continue across the last cow pastures, towards the cozy little ski town of Stuben, which consists mainly just of hotels, restaurants and ski shops. From here, I climb above the tree line once again, up a steep slope and around a bend to another barren looking valley. Without trees, it ...
... head past the last village, following a quiet footpath up the valley as it gets narrower and steeper as daylight fades. There's one last town up ahead before the pass and I can see its lights not too far ahead. I figure I could try camping out, and if it gets colder that I can handle, I still have the option of hiking up to that town and checking into a ...