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Travel Blogs from Savognin
... We then went to the Swarovski show rooms, was really busy so didn't buy anything ( sorry girls) as had to que for everything, so a short visit for us. We then went back to Innsbruck for lunch,and back on the bus to St Moritz. What a stunning drive, no photos could do any justice. St Moritz is a very small place, but really only a stopping ...
... the fantastic journey across the top of Europe.
Finally, we pull into Chur. We don’t know where our hotel is so Nanette asks one of the rail guys from the train. His response? “I’m finished for the day.” Yep, we’re in Switzerland all right. Hey, what’s that noise? Oh goodie, there are church bells chiming everywhere. Sort of feels like home ...
... and Sue and I waited their with the kids while Geoff and Jamie went back for the cars. After the walk, we headed to the indoor pool and the kids had a play on the slide for an hour or so. When we got back to the house, there were some friends at the park playing football so our guys all joined in. They played for about an hour and by the end there was lots of sweaty heads and bods around. We came home, showered and fed the kids dinner while we enjoyed ...
... countries as we drove parallel to Lichtenstein for about 30 km. Drove to Chur, our first "Night Halt" campsite. You camp outside a campsite, can use their water, electricity, etc, and costs about half the full camping fee. OK for us. Walked down to look at the roaring river next to the camp. Heard what we thought were gunshots, but discovered they were blasting in a nearby quarry. Only once in the night! Great night's sleep with the roar of the Au river to lull us to ...
... because Ric was in the toilet- Bryan's fault - he encouraged him. We arrived walked around town and looked at the duty free shops while Ric and Bryan went for a ride. Annabel bought some stuff and lovely dinner in the hotel restaurant. Beautiful local produce where Sues local treat was bresola a dried beef and salad. This little place is really interesting as it has the alpine village feel but is obviously the shopping Mecca of the area with all the designer goods ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking