Sorell Hotel Tamina
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- Continental Breakfast
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... back to the 16th, when one monk from Switzerland arrived in the valley. Today there is again only one monk, who runs the monastery more as a business, with a farm, horses, restaurant, guest house, vegetable garden and wine cellar. We got to visit the wine cellar during our short visit. Back in the vans it was off to Feldkirch for our last meal together at Schattenberg Castle. We had to have the famous 30 cm schnitzel ...
... metre. Being our last night, Patrick and Maree met us at 6:00 in the "purple room" for a debrief of the trip. Everyone expressed their enjoyment of the ten days and their appreciation for Patrick's, Anja's and Maree's efforts. Patrick and Anja's then joined us for our final dinner, yet another culinary delight. It is really hard writing this knowing that tomorrow we will leave. The possibility of a Return to Eden, will make leaving just that bit more ...
... to the minivans it was just a short drive back to Faschina, and after a warm day a few of us decided to cool down in the outdoor pool. At 23.5 degrees it was a tad chilly, but refreshing after a long hike. It was our first opportunity for a swim, and with such a spectacular backdrop, worth the initial shock. Dinner was up to the standard we had come to expect, and after a short group meeting it was time to retire for the ...
... finished, and our ride having arrived to pick us up, we headed to Lech, where in winter the rich and famous ski, but where today there just happened to be a vintage car show on. Lech was really hoping, with millions of dollars of vintage cars for the menfolk to drool over. With only half an hour they quickly did the rounds before we all got back in the vans for the run back to Faschina via Raggal on the shady side of the valley. It had once again been a ...
... It was delicious. After lunch we had a traditional tea making lesson with Patick's mother Elizabeth. Elizabeth has developed a "Tea Project" in the Grosse Walsertal, to ensure that traditional methods are preserved. We were all given specific flowers and plants to collect, then we combined out harvest to produce the desired mix for tea. The tradition is that the tea must be made with exactly seven different ingredients. We all ended up with a bag ...