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... them here between October and April. At the border an Italian officer asked us if we had anything to declare, 'No' we replied, he waved us through, there wasn't any control into Switzerland. Further along a Swiss policeman was stopping vehicles and telling them put their chains on, he asked us if we had four wheel drive, we have so he let us pass. As we climbed up to the Julier Pass the road snaked back and forth, but we mostly ...
- The cleaning lady kicked me out of my dorm at
9am. I'm pretty sure that checkout was later than that. She didn't speak
English though and I was up anyway so I decided to get going.
was raining outside so I caught the bus this time to the train station.
I ended up at the Schaffhausen train station instead of the Neuhausen
one but it didn't really make any difference ...
... town. It has an industrial district, and a modern shopping district... then I expect to be approaching the town center.... and... it abruptly ends! There's a river and then country houses start again. I even go back to double check. It seems Lanquart simply doesn't have a traditional "town ...
... seeing almost within arms reach.
Actually, it seems to be working! My feet are a bit numb--but all the important stuff is staying dry. I've done it! I've become an all-weather hiker. And I'm not alone. Apparently the Swiss don't let the weather keep them indoor either, and some of them are out walking, jogging or cycling.
Finally the rain stops, and I can switch to more conventional attire--just in time so I'll be able to do ...
... meal tonight I had 2 types of meat I had never eaten before: pigeon breast and fawn.
Tomorrow we have our massages, all day in the therme and another 6 course meal.
No photos are allowed inside the Therme so check out the website: http://www.therme-vals.ch/en/
**We have not met another American during our stay. The hotel staff says it is mainly architects who visit from America (this made me smile).**