Hapimag Resort Flims
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... Gruyeres which is famous for its cheese or so we thought. The village itself is a collection of old buildings full of souvenirs with lots of cow bells and cow emblazoned mugs, t-shirts and more. Not much cheese to be had which we thought was pretty strange. However there were plenty of tourists so after a quick visit we headed to our next destination. So far we'd found Switzerland a little unfriendly and expensive so we were keen to find ...
... 10CHF didn't strike my fancy. (The cheeses here are soooo strong!)
I meandered around Rapperswil for an hour, window shopping and snapping photos, doing my best to try to keep dry.
Next, we headed rurally through the Toggenburg valley. The road curved among green rolling hills, terraced pastures and quaint farmhouses.
The tour hit a few villages on the way to the Rhine Valley, which was very picturesque: tall trees, steep hills, and the occasional waterfall. ...
... and booties. Now for the final steep decent, a series of switchbacks down through the forrest delivering us back to river level. At speed heavy rain stings as it strikes your face but what a buzz! Nature smothered us visually and physically. Amongst magnificent mountains in the rain on our trusty steed was undoubtedly one of our most memorable riding experiences and definitely worth the effort of getting there. A great start to a great self-powered ...
... here. My much larger version of the same salad included sliced boiled egg and cucumber that hadn't been frozen. Trip advisor had failed us! A frumpy hungry Lisa left the restaurant in not the best frame of mind as I settled the AUS $65 bill!
Yet all was not lost, the foodie God had delivered a large number of street stalls to feed the hungry hoards who had visited Chur for the Busters Festival. Indian, Asian, Tibetan and more - phew disaster ...
... but our poor German and the ferry master's poor English caused us to decide we'd wait for the 1:55pm ferry which our guide book had recommended. A lovely lunch ensued with ample opportunity for photo taking, story writing and editing. The 2015 adventure is supported by two new cameras. I'd broken mine and Lisa hadn't been happy with the quality of hers - not sharp enough for this keen photographer. Lisa can't stop singing the praises of her new Cannon GX7. A pocket camera ...