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... city being mostly Protestant) and in fact 80% of the property in Rapperswil is owned by the Catholic Church. Marcello took us to the towns Rose Garden, showed us around a little of the old town and then let us loose for an hour which included our lunch time. On our wander around the grounds of a church, we found the sweetest cemetery where every grave was so different to the last and adorned with flowers and small trinkets to keep the dearly departed company. We then ...
We had a lovely dinner last night at our hotel restaurant. I had baked bass, Eldon had mushroom risotto, and we also had a side salad and a side of green beans. We were in Italy so it didn't cost us an arm and a leg.
We had a lovely buffet breakfast this morning as well. Eldon and I both wonder how these places can afford to stay open and serve such nice meals. I don't think there were more than 3 couples staying here last night.
We had ...
We left the hotel around 10:00 this morning. We had a lovely buffet breakfast, packed up and headed to the Swiss National Park. But first we drove into the town of Davos. It has been said that Davos is more cool than quaint. That must be why we didn't find much of interest to us. It is more geared to the crème de la crème of capitalism who attend the annual World Economic Forum here.
It started out to be ...
... would ski down to school. He taught 6 grades all in the one room and loved it. Heidi was also filmed in that area. ( Hope I've got all that right, Gaudenz!) Now ... remember that hat? The one that cost me a fortune in St Moritz? It was worth it's weight in gold when the sun came out on the train. ( I probably wore it 6 times!) But now I love it.... it has 'history.' But, the funny thing was, Gaudenz decided to buy a hat from the souvenir trolley after ...
... drove north east down the
valley towards Galtur. Campsites appear to be few and far between in Tyrol but,
by luck, we found a place on or near Kops-Stausee, high in the mountains. This
was actually an ACSI place, but not listed in our book. Apparently it is in a
Dutch publication called “Klein + Fign Kaperen” – see www.eurocampings.eu – which focuses on
sites with less than 50 places.
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