Travel Blogs from Lenzerheide
... Home again, more sitting around (I love that!) with a culinary masterpiece from Roger, Boeuf en Croute (think beef Wellington without the Wellington). Fantastic! Once again it was thrust into my digestive canal with such speed, there was no time for a pic.
Today we vegged out exchanging stories, some of them even true.
The Swiss - I've been learning a lot about them.
- In Switzerland ...
... called Klosters. It's a picturesque little (not so little really) village that is covered in snow in winter and to which skiers naturally flock.
All was well on my GPS until past Innsbruck. The thing was programmed to avoid main roads and took me over the mountains to get here. It was like climbing the Himalayas in a pair of sneakers, ...
... of course. The old saying if you need to know the price you can't afford it definitely applies here. There was even a children's Gucci shop. But the mountains were what we were wanting to see and we saw them in all their finery with glaciers and still lots of snow. I am still blown away by the beauty. Every day seems better than the one before. We had a final tour dinner tonight as we have 3 ...
... is the oldest vegetarian place on earth. After that we got chocolate ice cream at Springli, it was the best ice cream I have ever had. We then tried to find the house of Einstein, but we couldn't so we found our way back to the main road and on our way I had a drink of water and then we went ...
... says about them. But they are in almost every town, some with dates from the early 1900s on them. My brakes had been feeling fine until the rainy day yesterday. All in a day, a rainy day, they seem to have lost a lot of the brake pad. My firms brakes are now soft and squishy. Just what we need for a trip to the mountains. But a quick trip into one of the many bike shops on the route (this one in Reichenau) and I had a new set in under five ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services