Travel Blogs from Valbella
Maybe you noticed last night's blog didn't happen, but your correspondent offers no apology except to say it was nice to have an early sleep.
Don't know about you, but I really enjoy the rain. That's what's happening here in the Alps. Rain. It's a good thing for two reasons - gives me a chance to catch up with my cuz Roger (also his partner Joe) and we can sit around and do not much.
My hosts ...
... huge drops and slippery. On the positive side I saw some of the most amazing sights, mountains reaching to the sky and smooth bowling green manicured countryside. The Swiss, I believe, mow everything that they can get their hands on. There is also a cold snap here and the mountains are covered in beautiful unseasonal snow.
... one person who has tested my tolerance levels. Travelling through here I am reminded of my favourite childhood book, Heidi. The cows even have bells around their necks as the freely wander around the hills side. I keep looking for her but she is no where to be seen. Tomorrow we head to Lucerne and another train journey. It's great to be off the bus for a while and the views seem even better by ...
... 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 ...
Distance: 79km Cumulative distance: 2531km Best Convenience: Riding conditions: Weather: sunny and hot, 26 degrees We started today with some chores in Vaduz and then some touristy things, like souvenir shopping and getting our passports stamped (at the tourist office!). But we were soon on our way, (at 12pm). We were both incredibly squeaky from all the rain washing off the chain lube, so a quick reapplication by the river had us moving ...
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed