Build it and they will come is an old saying and you know what? It's true. Tourists, us included, pack this town and spend till we can't spend anymore. Why? Who knows, but it's fun while it lasts. The restaurants were packed. The bakeries had lines out the door. Beer glasses were clinking everywhere. From the outside, looking in, it was all a reason to party. Then reality hits, you wait and wait and wait to be served. When you finally get the food it's mediocre, but by that time you are starving so you don't dwell on it. Afterwards, you stroll the streets and decide to check out the bakeries only to realize the pastries are dry and they look a lot better than they taste. Though this town is quaint and has that alpine feel, it lacks something. In the rush of staying busy, while the summer weather permits, they forgot about quality. Sadly, along with the beautiful buildings and cozy streets we will also remember the poor food and slow service. Hopefully, it was just a one off while we were there, but we doubt it.
|Wagon rides through town.|
|My family with my sister and brother-in-law.|
|The restaurants were totally stuffed to capacity.|
|Summer garden with live music.|