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- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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So after my blog post yesterday we had some lunch with our Italian hosts before we set off for Switzerland. We ended up staying for a few hours and chatting and just enjoying our time there. They are so friendly, it was really nice being there! Plus the food was delicious, I love Italian food but I think I would get really fat if I lived there haha. The drive went quite well and we managed to not get lost once - woohoo!! It took about 3 ...
... is now somewhat restricted. At 1600 meters it is quite cold and the girls have only dressed lightly so they seek shelter in the terminus building while I take a walk to see what is around. Not much at this time of year, except for a few mountain bikers, but in winter it comes alive wit the ski crowd. There are numerous hotels/chalets and more ski lifts going up even higher into the mountain. Back in Chur, we pick up our luggage (all of it!) and head back to the railway station after ...
... Unfortunately we hear the sad story once again of how the husband (Kevin) had his pocket "picked" a couple of days ago and everything stolen! No credit cards makes life hard. This is a good warning to us and everyone who travels. These people are very clever and know all the tricks! You think it won't happen to you but then they strike and you don't even realise until you reach for your wallet and it's not there, then you remember getting bumped in ...
... their way to the wedding dinner and started the mad dash up the hill and into the shower, into a dress, into a coat and back in the car. Pheeeew! Driving back to Luzern, past the swans and the ducks on the lake with snow capped mountains reaching up to the sky behind, you just can't get over it all! Switzerland is a real, living postcard. The wedding dinner was held in a tower build five hundred years ago, with three levels we had our meal on the top one, the bar ...
... to unveil his "pocketbread" until we were seated at an outdoor table overlooking the magnificent Swiss vista. Just as I was mooning over the view and marveling that we were eating lunch in the Alps, Chris pulled the rolls out. I rhetorically asked him what the hell they were, and he replied simply, "Pocketbread." Ali was at the next table over, and excitedly asked, "What's pocketbread?" Chris explained the pocketbread and we all ...