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... 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. ...
... be a trying day for despite being predominately a decent of 60km to Chur our guide book noted there were several steep ascents! With trains leaving every hour from 7.56am we (or should I more correctly say Lisa) decided over breakfast we'd make the 8.56am train. Thus my leisurely breakfast ended abruptly. What seemed like minutes later we'd recovered the bike from storage and were on our way to the station arriving at 8.40am. Lisa raced off ...
... to Chur to catch our train through the Anterior Rhine Valley to Disentis - the official start of our Rhine River Adventure.
So here's where Ms G (note the gender correction) came into her own. Unlike home, it would appear bicycle routes are well mapped in Switzerland. I guess it's demand driven and there's certainly plenty of bicycles and thousands of kilometres of bike paths. We entered our destination and our mode of transport (bicycle) and ...
... of rumble dryer! Along the way there's lots of odd scenes. The Boomerang Bar in Walenstadt, the panel shop with old relics as planter boxes or the three-wheeler with its equally small caravan. At breakfast we met an English couple, Mike and Cathy. They were on the one week, three lakes, five countries ride and their ride today coincided with ours. Cathy explained they were late to cycling but love cycle holidays, this being their third. We arrived at Weesen in time for the ...
... stores. Hoping to find an open supermarket I did a large loop of the town finding nothing, not even a petrol station. Fortunately tourist stores stock wine and chocolate and so I returned with these and a couple of gifts for my housemate who is heading to the wilds of Canada. The rest of the afternoon was spent quietly as I introduced mum to Hart of Dixie. We won't finish the series so I'll need to send her home with ...