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... set up where we prepare individual pans of cheese and toppings which are placed under the grill. When the cheese is melted you scrap it off onto a precut potatoe on your plate. The Tischgrill is a hot stone ontop of the grill where we cooked the meats and some vegetables. I even tried cheese, curry powder and pears, which was surprisingly yummy. It was a lot of fun and so delicious and we ate way more that we probably should off.
We tidied up and I did a load of ...
... Joel and I had the afternoon to ourselves and go a few groceries as we wanted to cook dinner for the family tonight. We got home and after warm showers relaxed with a cup of hot tea and did a bit of work until Brigitte and Eric came home.
We cooked dinner for the family of chicken and mushroom risotto and creamy spinach. We tried to replicate the recipe of creamy spinach that Brigitte made few nights earlier but it was missing something. Later she told ...
We saw Eric and Bart off after breakfast, and then Brigitte, Joel and I caught the bus to St Moritz. As we were waiting for the bus it was snowing rather steadily and I could catch the snow and see the beautiful creations of snowflakes. I was captivated until the bus arrived.
We hopped off near the St Moritz Kuhn which is a large hotel that Bart works for as the head green keeper for their 9 hole golf course. Brigitte showed us the golf ...
... altitude and at least 20 hairpin corners. Sounds extreme and it was.
We took the cable car to Muottas Muragl which is the top station in the mountain. There are several hiking tracks from the station but we were interested in the sled run. Brigitte once again was a great teacher and we all 3 went down individually but stayed together. It was all going well with no serious injury except I did bail over/into the barrier on the ...
... lot of fur coats and cigars in the audience as St Moritz is known for being more upclass, and the surrounding shops reflected that too.
After watching a few cars take off, we headed over to the train station. On the way we stopped by the frozen lake. During summer it is a popular spot for sailing which Eric is getting into, and in winter it is used for ice skating. But currently it was covered in snow and they are preparing to host horse and sled races here in ...
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