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... pretty much turns to liquid (like a cheese sauce), you pour it into your plate and dip all your food into it! While you're eating that- on goes your next piece of cheese to melt. It was super delicious! We had a lovely night together and Thursday morning we were up early to pack. After we'd had breakfast and packed everything- Anita and Michel drove us to Milano (Italy), for the day! We took several metros and trains around the city ...
... got to Poschiavo - the town where Char's family is from, Dario took us for a walk around the town. Here we visited different places and Char was introduced to different people around town who all knew who she was haha. We visited the church where we were told a really cool story. Across the square from the church, there is a gated place which holds shelves of skulls. We were told that hundreds of years ago, people who had died in the town were buried ...
... closed but couldn't afford anything anyway...it's not called the town for the rich & famous for nothing. In the afternoon went for a horse & carriage ride in the hills...had a hot chocolate & pie at the top... & it snowed!! Well if you count 27 flakes(at last count) snowing...but it did snow. Wrapped up the day with a sumptuous 4 course meal at our hotel. GREAT DAY!! Mark Have to agree with Mark... Day started slow but got better ...
Left Zurich this morning & headed to Lucerne...city by the lake overlooked by Mt Pilatus. Very picturesque city...went for a boat cruise around the lake, followed by walking the streets for a couple of hours. Walked across the famous Chapel bridge. 4 hr bus ride to St Moritz...the last hour climbing up the mountains. Snow at last!! Arrived after dark...can't wait to see what it looks like in daylight. Went and tried to build a snowman at 10pm...snow was too ...
... we headed into St Moritz for some sight seeing. The streets are immaculately clean and no cars parked by the side of the roads. All cars park in a main car park and shoppers catch the escalators up to the town to shop. The shops are all very expensive. I really liked a scarf in one shop but was nearly knocked over when we converted the price to $670!!!!! It was cashmere but it was just a scarf!!! ...