Chesa Salis Romantik Hotel & Restaurant
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... been on the go about 3 hours now and am in desperate need of a nice cup of coffee. As it is the Swiss are not known much for coffee shops but every town I passed through just seemed dead and locked up for winter. Finally I turned off the beaten track and into a little railway town called "Bever" and sure enough here I found a lovely little coffee shop with conservatory etc.
It was now extremely warm outside and so me just like all the other folk in here decided to ...
... it is just becoming harder to see it and I have the feeling my Homeland is on sale , with People coming from everywhere and take advantage of a very Generous Welfare system , but the Cage is getting full. they call this progress here! well everything is close here anyway Zürich Airport being only 20 k to the east and you can watch the the Airliners intercepting the Localizer and G/S to RWY14 at LSZH in a 2 minute interval during Rush-hour on the ...
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 ...
... and temperatures into the 70's.
We walked around the town of Tirano. It was no great shakes, but we had lunch of pizza and a carafe of red wine. Eldon wasn't driving so he could enjoy himself as well. It took 2 1/4 hours to return from Tirano to St. Moritz. We are so glad we didn't pop for the Glacier Express. That would have been 7 1/2 hours on the train. We'd had enough ...