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... through the town and visited the main church. Still one of my favourites. It is quite stunning. The guys walked backed and the girls paid the E1.80 for the bus. Michael and I shared a pizza sitting in the lounge at the hotel with beautiful views to the water. At two we set out for the cable car. HA ha! 45 minutes later after climbing half way up the mountain we decided we were on the wrong track. Back to town, questioned some locals ...
... because of this crystal clear weather, we could actually see the Swiss Alps across the water. You could literally see the snow on their peaks. Our tour guide told us that this kind of view only happens about three days every year and we happened to visit on of them. The last thing that happened was when we took a boat tour on the way back to our buses. Apparently dolphins really enjoy playing in the wake of boats, and we had two or ...
... always go for reserved seats where they are available. In advance of any train trip the anxiety is where our bags will go but our first 1st class experience has had them above our heads on the rack. There are many different train layout configurations and they're like Forrest Gumps box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get. But they are all modern, clean and comfortable. The train felt to be travelling at about 120kmh so the sightseeing was ...
And now for a slightly longer explanation on our 'blog issues'. Talk about the best laid plans going wrong,.. We brought an IPad away with us and have been downloading email without issue. We also brought a small laptop on which we were to do the blog (among other things). Without 240v power the laptop has turned up its toes and the IPad (rechargeable on 12v power), soldiers on! So,.. Now we are attempting to do it all on the ...
... tunnel into the center of town. Alexandro lead us into St. John's church, who is the patron saint of the town. This is the wealthiest of the three churches in the area. It was made if black and white striped marble with beautiful marble inside as well. Then we went into the church next door. This church honours the dead and was decorated with skulls, bones and an altar shaped like a coffin. Then it was off to church number three only ...