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... roads are not as good as our major freeways yet they put us to sleep at 100 Kms per hour. We arrived at Chur just after 3pm and found our hotel. It is a cute little city and is actually the oldest town in Switzerland. Had the best hot chocolate in the loveliest chocolate shop. It is very close to St Moritz and is surrounded by mountains however due to the rain they are difficult to see. We head off tomorrow to Bellagio and stay put until Tuesday morning. Well earned ...
... announcing that they all wanted one, which left Charlie $20 richer a few moments later, and more than a little overwhelmed. We're thinking we should try it more often! Charlie is totally knackered tonight. We did a four and a half hour hike today up to a pass in the mountains, which followed him climbing 850 metres yesterday - 600 on the bike and then another 250 up the mountain side because he wanted to play in a snow patch up there. I was a little anxious on the ...
... around the town and checked out the shops, Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Cartier, Jimmy Choo. Yes the place is made for the rich and famous. We went past a hotel that in winter cost about $1200 AUD per night with a minimum of 11 nights stay.... Back to reality and we wandered down to the lake and did a bit of a walk, yet more lovely scenery. The waters in Switzerland tend to be green, this is due to the minerals in them. They are also very ...
... Its claim to fame is that it was once the gateway to Europe from the south. There are three castles there. We did a walking tour of the town and went through the largest castle. It was joined to the wall around the city, most of which is still there. It is world heritage listed. At the end of the tour we were given a bottle of white merlot, not sure why, happy all the same. I suspect it is the same wine that we had with dinner last night, very nice. It was ...
... and the bus had no air conditioning. 90 minutes after getting onto the bus we alighted at La Romantica, all very hot and looking forward to what we were promised would be an afternoon tea to remember. Well, it lived up to that name. The only food was stale bread with either cheese or ham on it. There was an assortment of cold drinks (including wine) but no tea or coffee. After consuming our meagre offering, Anne and I went for a walk alongside ...
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