Traube Braz Alpen.Spa.Golf.Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rice dish with bread and salad. In the afternoon we were supposed to catch the ferry to the other side of the lake, however we read the timetable wrong and missed it which meant that we had to drive to Rapperswil instead. We walked around the town here as well and also around the lake. Before heading home, we had gelato in a cafe by the lake. When we got home we got to play with Lorenzo while Cristina was cooking dinner. Dinner was delicious! It was so good to have ...
... 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 ...
Day 283 2 hrs, 7 kms The valley continues. A narrowing strip of lush green grass surrounded by wooded slopes and cliffs, interrupted by classic Alpine villages with large, immaculately decorated chalets... But they're not all independent towns, so I can only count one of them. The trail markings aren't as good as in Switzerland (here I am, comparing again!) and I end up at a dead ...
... What's the difference? why does one inspire pity and the other envy? Well, for one thing, women who are farming here in the Alps are doing it by choice. They could move to the cities and live a more comfortable lives, but they choose to live this life. Women in the mountains of Morocco don't have a lot of choices. For another thing, farmers in the Alps are not trapped in a cycle of poverty. These folks ...