Swiss Dreams Hotel Walzenhausen
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on all major political issues and ties then are counted by everyone of each opposing view standing in line). Also, women couldn't vote until 1994.
We visited a liquor distillery here that produces Appenzeller, Alpenbitter - one of the most popular shots in Switzerland, but also recommended by doctors to be good for your stomach - it tastes like a mix between herbs, jager, and cough syrup mmm. We then visited a cheese factory and saw ...
... s a whole network of trails up the mountainside, some catering to farmers who grow grass on the higher slopes, others cater to hikers. The higher I go, the better view I get of the valley, cliffs, forests, high mountain peaks, stretching on to the east and the west.
Finally I reach the trail that goes up to the base of the falls. I figure there's no point in hauling my backpack up, since I'm coming back the same way. And nobody steals anything here in the Alps... right?... ...
... Sure enough, the valley just divided in two, and I'm supposed to take the right valley. Glad I caught that! I could've hiked the whole day up the wrong valley. Back to the correct valley, I find a little village that hasn't quite woken up ...
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...