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... one Brat and hot dog stand open that served the meat in pretzel buns, so of course Kevin was in heaven.
Switzerland does not have regular coffee, so you have to get something with espresso and they don't have bagels - only croissants, which are quite delicious.
Switzerland is extremely expensive, but not to the Swiss since minimum wage is $25 Francs, so let's say we have tried our best to navigate the grocery store to ...
... and Sue and I waited their with the kids while Geoff and Jamie went back for the cars. After the walk, we headed to the indoor pool and the kids had a play on the slide for an hour or so. When we got back to the house, there were some friends at the park playing football so our guys all joined in. They played for about an hour and by the end there was lots of sweaty heads and bods around. We came home, showered and fed the kids dinner while we enjoyed ...
... their kids to college, enjoying all the latest technology and they have no fear of starving if their harvest fails one year. There are many factors involved contributing to this contrast--political, geographic, social, technological... which I won't go into right now. But one thing is vividly clear here: being a farmer in harsh, rugged terrain does NOT mean you have to be poor. And that, I find very inspiring to ...
... very touristy town of St Anton. This town is bustling with life with summer tourist coming to hike, climb, slide, bike on these steep moutain slopes. St. Anton does have a pedestrian street with a variety of shops as well--including supermarkets, so I'm able to stock up once ...
3 hrs, 5 kms
It is a chilly night--but not unbearable. I wake up in the morning feeing quite proud of myself: I've managed to camp out high up Alps--and lived to tell the tale. I continue across the last cow pastures, towards the cozy little ski town of Stuben, which consists mainly just of hotels, restaurants and ski shops. From here, I climb above the tree line once again, up a steep slope and around a bend to another barren looking valley. Without trees, it ...