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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... makes it almost impossible to throw out trash (there is a 4 page manual on how to throw out trash and you have to buy special bags that cost $25 francs for 5), but ensures that the public transportation and train system is amazing and always right on schedule - to the second.
Also, the entire country closes on Sunday, which isn't very good when you arrive on a Sunday with no food - let's say I was a little hangry to say the least, but ...
... but after an array of obstacles (the boys getting into a argument with the bouncers due to a lost coat in the cloakroom, being denied by many cabs despite offering them €100 to take us home, standing hours outside a train station in very negative degree weather and catching a bus at 5:40 am which didn't actually go to our area) we finally made it home at 7:15am. Tired and needing to thaw, I fell into a warm bed and slept the remainder of New Year's Day! So as ...
Day 281 6 hrs, 6 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 31 kms I must admit I'm kind of hoping there will be another hostel here in Bludenz. Not really looking forward to going back to camping. No luck though... back to the "real" thing. Bludenz does have a cozy little old town (although not much activity in the evening). I do find another nice doner shop where an Austrian printshop salesman is working out a deal with the Turkish owner. Again, nice to see ...
4 hrs, 5 kms
Looks like I'm getting back on track, and I can see the sizeable town of Bludunz up ahead. But first, snuggled up next to it on the hillside is the town of Nuziders. Here I pause for a strum session in a mini park with an old fashioned well--noticing what looks like a Turkish family leaving their very Austrian looking home across the street.
No "immigrant ghettos" here in Nuziders...
... candles and flowers, suggesting that there's a bit more religious devotion in these parts.
When I reach the next town, a couple of ladies are staring at me. But it's not the "who are you and what are you doing in our town?" kind of stare, more of a "you look lost, and we'd be glad to be of help" kind of stare. Finally they ask--and point me in the right direction to continue on down ...