Badrutt's Palace Hotel
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... the way down from the mountains. I thought " Yaa, these little tunnels...piece of cake, no problem bru"
The results: Stef was positively surprised after the first tunnel, I was blown away from the dust, the cars and the volume levels a normal car can produce in a tunnel. It's LOUD, and there is less air going through then through a chain smokers lungs!
But I also had my Yippieeh moment. In the last tunnel ...
... this, 2 days before we leave, its absolutely pouring with rain. We will be cycling to london, where rain is pretty much a given. All this in a tent. Like I said, this was a great idea in the summer. But it will be done. Bikes have been packed, return flights have been booked, and I refuse to be outdone by mom and dad in record km on ...
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, ...
... usual here in Italy its a nightmare for tourists to get fuel thanks to those
stupid machines with no instructions.
news was there in Bormio is a garage with a chap who serves you and so i made
sure i went there.
great little bike had now done 211 miles since its last fill up and only took
10.2ltr to fill. That is a staggering 93 miles/gallon, over 20km for every
litre!! Fantastic mileage to say the least.
... they use the whey to make fresh ricotta. The cheese factory also offered all kind of enticing cheese and cold cuts. We left there with a sampling of local cheeses to take with us to Italy. One other reason for our stop in Morteratsch was to hike to the Morteratsch Glacier which is the largest glacier in the Bernina Range of the Alps in Switzerland, but it is also retreating fast. As we hiked along the trail to the ...