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... 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 ...
... another road train, round switchback bends and up blind alleys. The trip even included climbing over the Gottherd Pass at 2,500 metres Today we topped the 4,000 km mark and our hats go off to our drivers. A job well done. Arrived in St Moritz in drizzling rain and enjoyed our end of tour get-together: dinner, speeches, awards and appreciation gifts. We have another day and evening together before our WA contingent head off to Milan and the rest of us to Munich via St ...
... my eyes peeled for a good coffee shop. I passed quite a few but then in
the town of ????? I passed one and somehow decided that is the one I'm going to
and so I made a U-turn and went back.
I got a nice welcome from a kind lady. I tried to explain I wanted a large
coffee and not the tiny little espresso that they normally deliver. The kind
lady kept asking me questions like if I wanted milk or strong coffee and i
tried to reply using hand signs ...
... car down, we saw them enjoying themselves on the outside patio drinking beer. They went down on the next cable car with us and were on the same train back. We called that the Senior Boy Scout beer drinking convention at 3,000 m.... Tomorrow to Italy by taking the train that will go over the Bernina pass, at 2253 m elevation. This railway, due to its amazing engineering feats, has been listed as a UNESCO world heritage ...
... perfection. We finally arrived at our Hotel Bernina in Pontresina in the evening, at 7 pm, too exhausted to do much more than unpack our wine and cheese stash from Iceland and head to bed. Still, despite the 17 hours of travel via plane, train and bus, the Switzerland interlude was an adventure really worth doing. Friday morning, after breakfast provided by the hotel we got serious about exploring the Engadine region of the Swiss ...