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Had another lovely day in paradise, not such a good day weather wise as mostly raining, but still beautiful. In the morning we had an Austria guide to show us around a couple of churches and the city. Another abc of the churches so no more of them. The town of Innsbruck is beautiful a little similar to salzburg. We have fallen in love ...
The train trip over the alps from Italy to Switzerland was supposed to be a high point of our trip – you got that didn't you? "High" point?
We wake to the sound of our bell, Benino, chiming and open the shutters for one last look at Varenna and Lake Como before we start the next leg of our adventure. It’s raining. No worries, it’ll stop before we head to ...
We woke about 7.30am and got ourselves ready. It was great to have a piece of vegemite toast for breakfast! After we were all ready, about 10.30am, we set off for the town of Flim where we decided to get a chairlift up the mountain and walk one of the trails back. The chairlift ticket was about 30 Francs for the four of us to get up to Foppa where we got off. The rain had started to fall but we managed to get to a small little restaurant about 20 minutes down ...
... countries as we drove parallel to Lichtenstein for about 30 km. Drove to Chur, our first "Night Halt" campsite. You camp outside a campsite, can use their water, electricity, etc, and costs about half the full camping fee. OK for us. Walked down to look at the roaring river next to the camp. Heard what we thought were gunshots, but discovered they were blasting in a nearby quarry. Only once in the night! Great night's sleep with the roar of the Au river to lull us to ...
Today was going to be a riding day but due to traffic and the weather we really just travelled. The scenery was beautiful, majestic alps, mountain tunnels, avalanche tunnels which are only one sided, rolling green hills spotted with cows all sporting the latest in cow bells and fields full of wild flowers all in bloom. As we passed into Switzerland it was decided that we should eat Swiss chocolate as we went through - it is our international duty. We dutifully bought ...