- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... some beautiful sights. The Cathedral was absolutely magnificent- inside as well. We had an amazing lunch at the most gorgeous restaurant! I had a mushroom and red wine risotto and Lee had creamed squash Ravioli- it was divine. Then of course followed by gelato- mixed flavours, so perfect!!! We did some more window-shopping and visited Bocconi University where I have considered doing a study exchange with. It was wonderful to see ...
... because of one of the ingredients in it. She said that the effect was similar to the effect of cannabis haha. After lunch we had apple sorbet which was so refreshing and it managed to wake me up a bit so that I had some energy to walk back down the hill. On the way home we stopped at a church in Italy where about 2000 years ago, a young boy called Mario was visited by The Virgin Mary and was asked to build a church for his town. Inside the church we saw ...
... happens and where it takes you.
I started looking for hotel signs. Followed a few signs but didn't find anything. I was driving through a valley with lush hills on both sides and streams flowing along the road. Just after Spinedi-Ca' San Giorgio I saw a hotel and restaurant on the side of the road, with parking. Perfect!
Friendly staff that spoke enough English, good price. Wifi and a good restaurant. What a day!
... is plenty of the typical dark, wooden house chalets, with often balconies decked with spring flowers.
Ok, so you are wondering why the train travels slowly at times? The locomotive conquers steep gradients that include sometimes that of 125% - in particular going over the Oberalp Pass.
The Rhone Valley displays bizarre rock formations as the train wonders past these huge silver ...
... expensive, but within range. I gratefully check in, and immediately hit the shower, my first since Italy. Exploring Chur It's still raining a bit, but I'm not going to let that stop me from exploring the city a bit. The hostel is in a small strip club area--but it doesn't feel sleazy or suspicious. Then, across the stream and tunneling through the buildings, and you're in the medieval "old city" of Chur. Here I must retract what I said ...