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... not adhering to the reboarding times, we commenced our 2 hour drive back to Zurich along Lake Walen, at the foot of the Churfirsten mountain range. Although late, Marcello requested the driver to make an unplanned 5 minute stop so we could see and photograph Lake Walen's beautiful scenery. Yet again, the same people were late reboarding the bus. As we pulled in to Zurich city, Marcello gave us his parting joke, well actually more like imparting his wisdom and bid us ...
We drove to the top of the mountain to Trieesenberg and found a nice little spot for lunch. We didn't get to lunch with the cows today, but it was lovely anyway. We can't get over how many cows there are in all these countries. The cities all have cows right in the heart with open green spaces for them to graze. Not to mention the chickens, ducks, and buffalo, yes buffalo. We actually saw buffalo ...
... They were hardly cooked. GAG!!! I don't order eggs in these places unless they are hard-boiled. They love slimy eggs.
Once again we had a lovely day of countryside views. It is wonderful. We drove into Switzerland to the town of St. Gallen. We visited the 16th century library which is one of the world's oldest (in terms of the number of ancient books) and the finest example of Rococo Architecture in Switzerland. ...
... like about this trail was all the school kids and their teachers.
We have a lovely hotel for the evening; I'm looking forward to it. It is way up on the hill overlooking the Swiss Alps and Lake Constance. It was a bit hazy but still beautiful. We walked up the hill for a glass of beer and stopped to see the church in this little village called Bildstein. ...
euro toll as it is a private road across the Silvretta Pass. Beautiful road up
to the pass, full of hairpins. Had lunch overlooking SIlvretta Stausee and then
walked around the lake/reservoir, and, at the southern end, on a little to gain
a wonderful view of Piz Buin (3312m) which straddles the Swiss border.
Thankfully the weather had brightened up by then but it was still chilly at
In the late ...