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... We then went to the Swarovski show rooms, was really busy so didn't buy anything ( sorry girls) as had to que for everything, so a short visit for us. We then went back to Innsbruck for lunch,and back on the bus to St Moritz. What a stunning drive, no photos could do any justice. St Moritz is a very small place, but really only a stopping ...
... re in a different country!” We now have four hours of spectacular scenery ahead of us. “Quick – take a picture of that lake.” Too slow – got a tree. “Look – there’s a waterfall.” Oops, tunnel, will need to delete that one too. We realise it's impossible for a camera to capture the amazing things the eye sees so we just settle back ...
... drink and nibble before we ate too. Sue had cooked a beautiful chicken dish for all of us and we enjoyed some nice wine, limoncello and desert wine before setting off the last of the fireworks. The kids went to bed and we watched the last event (and only event we watched), the 4 x 100 mens relay with Usain Bolt in it of the Commonwealth games in Scotland. Tomorrow we are hoping for good weather so we can go and visit the nearby beautiful lake...fingers ...
Drove into Ulm, a lovely "small" city. Walked around the Ulm Munster - amazing Gothic cathedral with the tallest spire in the world (161 metres) and then had a look inside. Plain and poorly lit but still impressive, with lots of "crests" on the walls. Sat in the square after admiring the beautifully decorated Rathaus, built 1377-1877. This was also the birthplace of Albert Einstein, although he left as an infant. Missed seeing "his" fountain. Drove to Friedrichshaven, ...
... and ate it as we passed through the countryside. At the top of the Fluela pass we stopped in the cold and rain for lunch where we ate the local - rosti. This little old building is the stop station for the skiers as they ski tour across the alps. Back down the mountain where Ric and Bryan were supposed to get out and ride into but alas it was too wet. As we approached the town thee were lots of long tunnels one even was one way and had a traffic light which we ...