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We left Passau Germany and took to the autobahn. It was raining most of the way so it was good that we weren't sight seeing today. We had about 450km to get to Chur and over 400km was on the motorway. We were travelling at 140km when a van over took us. How rude!!! It's interesting to see that BMW drivers are the same the world over. I won't use the word here. We actually passed a Porsche. I wasn't sure if I was allowed to do that. It's also interesting to note ...
... aren't airtight. I did actually buy a new one in Holland, which was requisitioned by Louise for a couple of weeks until it became apparent that it too was rubbish. It got thrown out after half a tube of silicone went onto it, and I bought a real proper like thermarest in Paris. It's stays up all night. Or so I'm told :). Not that all this has put me off camping- I still love it, and the kids love it too. I miss chairs, but not much else. I was at a gas station filling up ...
This morning we were taken to a train station about 10 minutes away and boarded a train to travel the Bernina Pass. It was yet another very scenic outing in the alps with snow peaks and waterfalls. The train has windows that can be pulled down to allow for photos. We didn't go the whole way. After about one and a half hours we got off and the coach was there to meet us and return us to St Moritz, another windy road trip. Once back we then ...
This morning we headed off to the Alprose chocolate factory. It was a bit of a disappointment in that we couldn't see much in the production line. I am sure the main purpose was to get us to buy chocolate! On entry to the shop there were bowls of chocolates to sample, then in the shop there were discounted chocolates, probably the most discounted of any chocolate place I have been to. Once finished there and while dealing with the sugar high from the freebies, we headed ...
... combined only make about 20,000 bottles a year in Liechtenstein, although the Prince makes a lot more wine around Vienna, which is where the family is from and which is a better region for making wines. Eh. The Rose was alright, but the C******nay and Pinot Noir understandably do not get much further than the Austrian customs officials. So, with that, it is off to Gruner Veltiner and beeeeer in:
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed