Parkhotel du Sauvage
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... who had made it all. It was quiet, peaceful and so beautiful. Then there is a 45min walk taking you further up the mountain to a restaurant. This does not sound much but with the high altitude and low oxygen levels, plus the soft snow and steep incline, 45min was an underestimation. After a few snow fights with Dan and the walk, within a few minutes the **************. Soon we realised this was going to be hard going and very hard to persevere. A couple of times we wondered if ...
... is that I took a day trip to the community of Asiago thinking that I need to see an Asiago cheese factory. What I saw was an amazing community in an amazing alpine setting.
The trip to Asiago consisted of repetitive hairpin curves as Steve (you remember Steve. You met him in the last entry) and I wound our way up ...
... was at a local brewery where I had a good ham and cheese sandwich served in a large pretzel in place of slices of bread while Caitlin had an equally good bratwurst with the restaurant’s own light beer to wash it down. After lunch we took a nap since neither of us slept well the night before (Caitlin blames my snoring, but I blame her shaking me at night and waking me up…even if she’s doing it to try to get me to stop snoring) and ...
... back to talking to us and finally gestures for us to go ahead of her. We do but it is not long before she is tailgating our boots. I motion for her to please go ahead and she soon leaves us in the dust. I think the Swiss are feeding some sort of steroids to their older generation. This lady had muscles in her thick legs that you would not believe. We finally make it to the small cluster of buildings including a chapel, that makes up Tannalp. There is super ...
... away from the fecal matter. That's excluding lunch of course. It's pretty nice though. I mean you don't mind it, it's like dirt and frankly it's really nice getting done with a day of work being physically tired as opposed to mentally frustrated. It is an extremely dirty job. They gave me rubber boots and a rubber jump suit so I would stay some what clean, but you still get dirty. Urs and Franz spend most of their time with the cows ...