Romantik Hotel Chesa Grischuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... 8 km to ride. We arrived about 2 hours later. All good. Apart from Stef nearly dying (or so she claims)... From now on, the next 50 km were pure bliss....top speeds in the upper 50's, nice corners, everything nice.
Just a minor nuisance.....tunnels.
The tunnels showed us how different expectations can alter the experience a lot. Stef thought that the tunnels were the most difficult and dangerous ...
... 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 ...
On 9/26 we again deviated from our original plans in order to travel back Guarda to see the festivities involved in bringing the cows down to lower pastures for the winter. Before the parade we heard two men playing alpenhorns for the waiting crowd. Horses led the parade of decorated cows down through the main street of town. The cow who had ...
... boy scout shirts, ties and all kinds of very important badges on their sleeves. They all had hiking sticks and backpacks, and expensive hiking boots. We thought we would see them venturing out into the wilderness to earn another badge, or save someone in distress. No so. After we looked around, took pictures and marvelled at the view, we noticed that they did not venture very far. In fact, as we walked to catch ...