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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 ...
Friday 2nd October And after a minor panic as I'd thrown the return Train tickets to Tasch in the bin, thinking to lighten the load in my purse by getting rid of any surplus bits of paper etc. (tickets found and the missing parking ticket with them) we set off to the train station to Tasch and the parked vans. Loading up is down to a fine art and we were soon on the way to St Moritz. An adventurous driving day, through small villages and large villages, over high mountain passes, ...
... etc to speed up and
modernise the system.
after a few strange looks from locals I am on my way again and heading for
Bolzano. Not far on I saw blue lights coming racing up behind me and I thought
"here we go". Lucky for me they went speeding past me and stopped a
truck further up the road.
course I'm now heading for the large town of Bolzano and as I know from
previous trips around here its road system is a nightmare to ...
... most milk was honored by wearing the largest bell. After the cow parade we had lunch at the town fire house which was set up to provide food for those who had come to the festival. After lunch we took a bus, train and another bus to Sent which turned out to be a larger and prettier town than we expected. It is near both Austria and Italy and ...
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, ...