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A pretty rugged night sleep but we know that tonight we will be back in Morges in beds that we will sleep well. A few hours to kill so we look around Chur, a lovely place and we note a Gondola - aerial this time - thinking this could be a good thing to do. So off we head. This gondola goes 1.6k up so a pretty good sight we get of the Chur valley and the surrounding mountains. As the gondola climbs the cows below us ring out a tune via their bells as they graze ...
... scenery, although most of it was blocked by a thick wall of cloud. After less than an hour I was in Lidau, a town on the edge of the big Lake Bodensee in the south of Germany (the lake borders Germany, Austria and Switzerland!). Here I stopped for a coffee and a stroll and a sit. It's a lovely little town with a part of it on a small island which is where I had my chai latte. ...
... back up at the base. The road wound around the waterfall, which was on the right hand side as you headed up to the pass. When you completed the switchback, you got a really nice view down the valley and of the waterfall. That’s one of the things I’ve realized being on a bike – the scenery, the memories are completely different. For one thing, you’ve got a lot more time to enjoy the scenery and take in all the details. In addition to that, ...
... meal tonight I had 2 types of meat I had never eaten before: pigeon breast and fawn.
Tomorrow we have our massages, all day in the therme and another 6 course meal.
No photos are allowed inside the Therme so check out the website: http://www.therme-vals.ch/en/
**We have not met another American during our stay. The hotel staff says it is mainly architects who visit from America (this made me smile).**
Spent 1 hour here and ran out of things to see... Liechtenstein you have
been added to the 'not really a country' list. The one impressive thing
is that castle built into the mountain wall, which is what you always
see in the pictures, on postcards etc etc, however the castle isn't even
open to tourists, what a load of ...