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... queues at the Auguille du Midi. Phillip decided he didn't want to view the great heights of the mountain so I went alone, although I wasn't really alone because each gondola holds about 60 people. So up we went from about 1,000 metres at Chamonix to 3,842m. I know from my experiences in Peru last year that I'm not great at altitude so I wasn't surprised to feel really woozy and short of breath up there but it was really worth it. The views ...
... thrilling and fast! Dan was able to get us a second ride for free! Unfortunately on the second ride we had an accident between two cars and I had to take two of my sweet girls to the hospital in Austria. The girls were troopers, so proud of Faith and Grace.good news is that they were released from the hospital and we made it back to the hotel for dinner. Other than the minor hiccup, this way my favorite day on ...
... to our driver Josef! He became part of our family! Hotel JUFA Montafon is great for the kids. Playground, indoor gym and soccer play area. Dan, Vicki and I took some delegates to the small river to explore. The river was very cold and crystal clear! The kids really enjoyed playing in the water and skipping stones. Dan found a beautiful heart shaped ...
At the bus stop for half 11 and within 5 mins, a very round and cheery bus driver arrived and we hopped straight on (unhappy Prego had a muzzle on so no questions asked! But he didn't seem the type to be funny anyway... Lovely chap.) The mountains were all completely cloaked in fluffy clouds, a very different landscape from yesterday. Lovely ride into St Anton where we went straight to the Sport Cafe for a couple of coffees in the rain, under an awning. Then ...
... around the northern part of the lake wasn't as pretty as it had been further south, but Konstanz itself was a nice place to visit.
We started by climbing the tower of the Munster for a view, then crossed the river to visit the Archaeological Museum - mostly in German, but very interesting nonetheless. I do wish we could have read more of the exhibits, which seemed to give lots of information about Stone and Bronze ...