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... go down in the history of this trip as the only place where we made any dough. Charlie had set up rock shop in the main plaza, on the edge of a lovely marble park bench where we lunched. The two usual customers had bought a few for the handlebar bags, but a third passer-by was coerced into having a look. She was not interested in the 50 cents spending money I tried to slip her way, insisting on using her own. She had a look, went off to consult with her friends, and returned ...
... course a bike shop he had to have a look at.
When he came back I relented and told him to get a map and so then we drove up about half way and found a park on the river with a good breeze.
He set off to climb to the top. Its about 2158 high and looks very steep.
I got the washing done. I think I had finished reading my book by now so I wished I had had another one, ...
... on, "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous", Must only be in the winter, although there were several High-end shops (Hermes, Rolex etc.) this was a sleepy town with with just a few people walking around. Charming and relaxing we enjoyed our visit. Back in Pontresina we shared a Pizza a bottle of wine (2 ways) and both of my traveling companions (having been awake for over 24 hours )passed out on me as soon as we got back.... A little sleep and we will all be good to go tomorrow ...
... bumps read!) We met a couple of Dutch men who had a
life size cardboard cutout of their friend who couldn’t be there as he was
getting married! There were about half a dozen people walking about carrying
oxygen bottles on their back as it is over 2,000 metres high. Some were smoking
at the same time – duh!
Not content with getting that high, there was a steep walk
up to a cafe high above the ...
... through her hometown, St. Mortiz. The town of St. Moritz has become a popular high-end vacation destination as evident by the abundance in storefronts adored with expensive Swiss watches or boutique designers. It was the last official day of Spring, and all of the big hotels were preparing to open for the Summer season the next day, but today the village was still quiet and peaceful. Chatrigna reminisced as she showed me where her home and school were before we called it a ...