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... on the BERNINA EXPRESS.
A famed train trip if ever there was one.....well we missed it by 4.5 hours...what a bugger! so what do you do in Chur,....not much at all.
However we visited the train station office to find another route back to Luzern,...and what a trip it was.
We had a 5hour trip ahead of us.By using the Eurail pass and an extra 17 euro each, we were able to do a 2hr section on the famed Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn (train)..which is operated by a private ...
... fantastic grilled tuna
Argentina for great hiking and the most delicious steaks and wines
Chile for having the coolest volcanos, geysers and salt lakes and peruvian ceviche
Colombia with the friendliest people, most diverse countryside and tasty soups
Cuba being the most confusing, back-in-time-experience and having yummy lobster
Bahamas for its marvelous sea and ...
... the gray city from above.
I try to spend my Sundays when I travel in museums and local churches. Fraumunster Cathedral is a beautiful building in its own right, but the real highlights are the stained glass windows by Marc Chagal. Filled with biblical images and bold, bright colors, it was easy to get lost in them, trying to idenfity familar stories. I just wish I was allowed to take photos inside. A very active (for lack of a better word) church nazi ...
Olten is a town that is near and dear to my heart. It is where my Grandfather grew up and where my Mum's Grandma Pia lived, who was like another mom to her.
It's a gorgeous Sunday morning and of course, we go to mass.
St. Martin Church.
This is the church my Grandpa was baptized in when he was a baby, where he grew up and met his life long best friend who ended up marrying my ...
... the "Gallery Girl" is following our trip, and well done to the Pies I hear!
Pete and DM, we didn't see anything in the paper regards Anzac Day over here, but we came prepared with our badges that we wore proudly.
For those who are following “Dons Dinner Delights” we dined at a nice little Thai Restaurant(approx 23 pounds) in Bath last night, which I found whilst having ...