Hotel National Davos
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- Continental Breakfast
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... bikes to go shopping for groceries. We took a roundabout route via a waterfall that falls into the Silvaplana Lake and then down to Sils to shop. At least we got a bit of exercise.
Back to camp where we treated ourselves to a roast chicken cooked in our electric frying ...
... to end up in a small and very old village called Soglio. It was like the world has stopped here, with old stone houses and even a communal clothes washing bath. We spoiled ourselves to a Coke before catching a bus back to Silvaplana.
Our plan was to swim but on arrival the weather took a turn for the worse and we were greeted by a storm with strong wind and rain. Supper was done in our bus cramped but ...
... at Splugenpass on the Swiss border. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spl 2;gen_Pass Pass riding is something we do not experience at home and it takes me a while to get into my rhythm and settle into a strange bike. This was another reason I chose to perform " tail end Charlie" duties for the day. Everyone except one settled into the pPass riding and was soon enjoying the experience. One American had never ridden tight 180 degree turns before and ...
Just interesting to note that to date we have, in total, cycled 685km and walked some 96kms.
Seeing as that there wasn't much to talk about I have posted some of the 65 odd flower photos that I have collected so ...
... been left to grow and some of these trees are huge and very old. One of the trees is estimated to be between 1000 and 1400 years old. As Corinne says, it must have seen a bit of history. The track we took was also marked with red flags which were trail markers for a mountain run that was due to take place on the following day over distances of 16.3 kms, 30.1 kms or 46.6 kms with an altitude change of 3019 meters. People run these things!!!!!!