Bio Hotel Villa Cecilia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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So just to get things straight. .. in spring I had a student who told me all about her amazing cycle trips around europe and how much fun they were. Long story short, she inspired me and jan to try this out ourselves. Because we worked all summer, and summer was hot, we decided that autumn would be the best time to do this trip. As ...
... another road train, round switchback bends and up blind alleys. The trip even included climbing over the Gottherd Pass at 2,500 metres Today we topped the 4,000 km mark and our hats go off to our drivers. A job well done. Arrived in St Moritz in drizzling rain and enjoyed our end of tour get-together: dinner, speeches, awards and appreciation gifts. We have another day and evening together before our WA contingent head off to Milan and the rest of us to Munich via St ...
... mile. Meeting a
car is bad enough and one has to take the wheels of the bike right to the very
edge of the road. In fact at times I took it so close to the edge that my
pannier box was virtually hanging right over the cliff. One wrong move and its
up this pass was really great and the scenery was so much like back home in
Scotland. Small rivers and lakes were spread out around the area.
I got higher the mist ...
On 9/26 we again deviated from our original plans in order to travel back Guarda to see the festivities involved in bringing the cows down to lower pastures for the winter. Before the parade we heard two men playing alpenhorns for the waiting crowd. Horses led the parade of decorated cows down through the main street of town. The cow who had ...
By our second day we had the bus/train system mastered...we knew where NOT to get off the train. First stop was at Morteratsch at a local cheese factory where they make cheese the traditional way with milk from cows that graze high in the mountains. We watched a cheese maker whipping up a copper cauldron of cheese. We were his most rapt audience. Although all the people we met in Switzerland spoke English, he didn't. So, ...