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... best coffee in Switzerland and so I always make a plan to visit it whenever I come here.
With no lovely coffee mocha inside me I head on down the pass and before long the satnav is telling me to turn right up some little twisty farm road!! "Where the hell is it taking me" I asked myself. Only then did I remember I set it to avoid motorways and so I changed that and did a U-turn.
As I head back along this road I notice a van and trailer coming out from a gate on my ...
We're the guests of Trumpf this week, they're Ron's major laser machine supplier. They are taking us to visit 3 of their manufacturing plants, one in Switzerland the other two in Germany, as well as several factory visits to some of their clients in Germany. We will then spend all day Thursday and Friday at EuroBLECH in Hannover, which is a massive exhibition of sheet metal equipment suppliers. Trumpf employ ...
... in the delightful village of Celerina. We ate traditional capuns (a speciality of the area) and venison cooked with fruit which was delicious and also a local specialty. A perfect meal to end this lovely day.
From Celerina we drove past St. Moritz.... did a short hike through a park near Silvaplana spotting snow capped peaks in the distance.
Heading south west we drove down a steep twisty pass to the Val Bregaglia and the village of Casaccia ...
Quick entry to reflect a lunch stop in Liechtenstein. This tiny country is most famous for selling postage stamps, and the fact that almost every European tour operator includes a few minutes here so they can boast of another country visited. Now that I think about it, maybe that 's what we did :-)
... Ricken Pass with a wonderful panoramic view of the Alps to reach Toggenburg with it's rolling green landscape. We then travelled on to Vaduz, the capital of the Principality of Liechtenstein and the 3rd smallest principality in all of Europe, smallest being Monaco then San Marino. We had 30 mins here so not much time to see anything really. From afar, we saw the royal families castle high up on the cliffs edge. Onwards, we travelled to Maienfeld through thick alpine ...