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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. ...
... and decorations are influenced by those cultures. Romansh is the major language of this region. On 9/27 we walked from Sent to Scuol in a little over an hour, then took a gondola to have lunch in a mountain restaurant. We then took a very easy walk to a chair lift which took us down to Ftan to catch a bus back Scuol. Tomorrow we're off to ...
... but all we found was an isolated dwelling where we could buy cheese and hot tea. We ended up hiking a loop back to Ardez, then taking the train to Scuol. It was an interesting day with 7 hours on the trail. On 9/24 we took two buses to Tschlin then hiked to Vna. Tschlin is a tiny hillside village with interesting dwellings, a brewery, and a 16th century church. The weather cleared and the mountain scenery was beautiful. It is in these mountains that ...
... and 20 minutes and, of course, it was scenic ride with lots of changes but we're jaded to the point of not taking photos along the way. Before leaving Murren we photographed some chamois grazing on the hillside and we took a few photos when we arrived in Zernez, a tidy Swiss village where we resume hiking. On 9/22 we hiked from Zernez to Guarda, a UNESCO World Heritage site because ...
... updating this lot.
The hotel is way up high, very picturesque, and it's a sort of cabin style.
It lovely tho and you are in the neighbourhood, definitely worth a visit.
Breakfast was great, and the people really friendly. One fella, it seems all the locals use this for morning coffee break, asked me how you say bon appetite in English and all I could think was, Enjoy.
Now off to see an absent mighty four.