Hotel Garni Chesa Mulin
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... this, 2 days before we leave, its absolutely pouring with rain. We will be cycling to london, where rain is pretty much a given. All this in a tent. Like I said, this was a great idea in the summer. But it will be done. Bikes have been packed, return flights have been booked, and I refuse to be outdone by mom and dad in record km on ...
... the funicular up to the top, Muottas Muragl, 2456 metres. Coffee and a walk to the lookout, with great panoramas, back on the funicular then a bus back to St Moritz. All the transport was free, on presentation of the pass. Off to the pub for the Scotland vs Sth Africa game, dinner then the first half of Aust vs England, leaving at half time to watch the rest in our room at the hotel. Great result with Australia winning 31 - 13. Early start tomorrow: Munich via the Library at St ...
... lines of the motorway but was about 2000ft
higher up on the edge of a mountain and certainly had some great views. Looking
down from this pass one would think they were looking down onto a model railway
layout. The whole place below was lovely green fields with a few towns and
churches along the way. All that spoilt it was that big noisy motorway.
off this slow single track road and I joined the original road that would have
been the main ...
... and decorations are influenced by those cultures. Romansh is the major language of this region. On 9/27 we walked from Sent to Scuol in a little over an hour, then took a gondola to have lunch in a mountain restaurant. We then took a very easy walk to a chair lift which took us down to Ftan to catch a bus back Scuol. Tomorrow we're off to ...
... they use the whey to make fresh ricotta. The cheese factory also offered all kind of enticing cheese and cold cuts. We left there with a sampling of local cheeses to take with us to Italy. One other reason for our stop in Morteratsch was to hike to the Morteratsch Glacier which is the largest glacier in the Bernina Range of the Alps in Switzerland, but it is also retreating fast. As we hiked along the trail to the ...