Traube Braz Alpen.Spa.Golf.Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... living here’. We spent the night outside Geneva’s local swimming pool watching amateur soccer and tractors dropping hay bails out there rear end – never ending fun times.
From Geneva we travelled along Lake Geneva through vineyards to the towns of Montreux and Lausanne. Montreux was special enough to have a Freddy Mercury statue by the lake, but we didn’t pay the museum entrance to find out why exactly ...
... reach my destination as quickly as possible: Innsbruck, as from there I can turn south to Italy once again. I know what this means: for the first time, my hike through the Alps is starting to feel like a routine. It's not really a challenge any more. I've dealt with cold, slugs, rain, climbs, traffic, shortage of food, getting lost--and now I feel I can handle pretty much anything that'll come my way. It's all starting to feel a bit too easy. I'm a little ...
Day 283 4 hrs, 8 kms Strengen has a peculiar landmark: a covered bridge that looks like a bunch of random pieces of lumber attached together, all crooked, looking like it could fall over at any time. Just seems really out of place here in Austria where everything it seems is made to perfection. Does look pretty cool ...
... the top of the cliff, having to backtrack into town. Another trail climbs, high, high up through the village and into the forest beyond. A jolly farmer offers me a ride on his tractor... but no... can't do that. Then after a short walk, the trail starts to zigzag down to the road again, not far from where I started. I figure I'll just walk along the road for a while. Can't win 'em ...
, Day 283 2 hrs, 8 kms After St Anton, the atmosphere changes dramatically from fancy touristy towns to very authentic farm villages. The valley doesn't get very wide, but it's enough for folks to grow grass and feed their dairy cattle. Another thing I notice here in Austria are a lot of women out in the fields doing very physically demanding tasks like raking and tossing hay with large rakes. But they ...