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... shooting practice was scheduled the next morning, ate our risotto and a whole chicken and went to bed.
The ground was uneven and I think we both dreamt of drunken hunters finding a tent behind their range...not the worst night, but definitely not the best.
The start was early the next morning and we had breakfast in front of a public pool. Mini Ciabatta, swiss brie and dry sausage from the mountains. ...
... this, 2 days before we leave, its absolutely pouring with rain. We will be cycling to london, where rain is pretty much a given. All this in a tent. Like I said, this was a great idea in the summer. But it will be done. Bikes have been packed, return flights have been booked, and I refuse to be outdone by mom and dad in record km on ...
... the funicular up to the top, Muottas Muragl, 2456 metres. Coffee and a walk to the lookout, with great panoramas, back on the funicular then a bus back to St Moritz. All the transport was free, on presentation of the pass. Off to the pub for the Scotland vs Sth Africa game, dinner then the first half of Aust vs England, leaving at half time to watch the rest in our room at the hotel. Great result with Australia winning 31 - 13. Early start tomorrow: Munich via the Library at St ...
... car down, we saw them enjoying themselves on the outside patio drinking beer. They went down on the next cable car with us and were on the same train back. We called that the Senior Boy Scout beer drinking convention at 3,000 m.... Tomorrow to Italy by taking the train that will go over the Bernina pass, at 2253 m elevation. This railway, due to its amazing engineering feats, has been listed as a UNESCO world heritage ...
... up 1000 m (3000 feet) to the peak. Luigi had the transportation aspect all mapped out and it was working like Swiss Clockwork...until we got off the train at the wrong stop...in the middle of nowhere. To make a long story short...the Bernina Diavolezza visit had to wait another day. The following day is when I learned how to make cheese and enjoyed watching a boy-scout beer convention at 3,000 m elevation....but that is for another ...