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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 ...
... along the waters edge and through the cobblestone streets I continued on my journey. After another hour I arrived back in Memmingen, the city where I started and where I was staying. I arrived a bit earlier than expected so went and had lunch at an asian takeaway store (terrible I know, but the only other places open for food were cafes that served only sweet food). So I sat here ...
... going out to watch an ice hockey game between Davos and Lucerne. We toasted the meal with “Viva la Grischa” (long live the Grischa region – which is the region that Davos is part of) and began to fix our first round of raclette. If you’re ever in Davos, and you use that local toast, Mägge informs us that you’ll instantly make friends. The raclette was simply delicious, especially with the variety of cheeses and fixings we had to go with ...
... 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 ...