- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the Bormio side and straight away I knew I was in for a hard climb. It is 20 km long but the problem was the slope. I was working hard and part of the climb was 14%25. The climb was breathtaking, with tunnels of dripping water and waterfalls and high barren peaks. I stopped at the 10 km mark for water and supplies and was basically stuffed then. Pushed on however and then glad a very quick stop another few kms along to get warmer gear on. The last few ...
... because Ric was in the toilet- Bryan's fault - he encouraged him. We arrived walked around town and looked at the duty free shops while Ric and Bryan went for a ride. Annabel bought some stuff and lovely dinner in the hotel restaurant. Beautiful local produce where Sues local treat was bresola a dried beef and salad. This little place is really interesting as it has the alpine village feel but is obviously the shopping Mecca of the area with all the designer goods ...
... point for 15 minutes, which was perfect to warm us up a bit.
Afting drying ouselves and changing clothes, we drove back to Der Berghof and decided to seat all together at the terrasse for a drink. It is one of these moments your body relax itself and make you feel completely serene, almost unfazed. You just enjoy the view over Lech, its mountains and the warmth of the sun on your face. We are definitely on holidays...
... br> - License plates are issued to individuals. If you sell the car and buy a new one, you keep the plate.
- Mosquitos are slow moving, do not bite (usually), and are dumb. This is probably why there are no window screens in Switzerland.
- Switzerland is the only the only country with a square flag.
- They really DO have a Navy.
- In Switzerland, it is illegal to keep just one guinea ...
... called Klosters. It's a picturesque little (not so little really) village that is covered in snow in winter and to which skiers naturally flock.
All was well on my GPS until past Innsbruck. The thing was programmed to avoid main roads and took me over the mountains to get here. It was like climbing the Himalayas in a pair of sneakers, ...