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Chur ...... The oldest Swiss City

........just 5000 years old........

Today we went to visit the old city of Chur, just 30 minutes drive from where we are staying in Jenaz. Dave and Ethan caught the train which of course Ethan loved especially since it went through two mountains on it's journey. Chur is just stunning, an old town full of buildings with picturesque paintings telling stories from thousands of years ago. The cobble stone streets were quaint and actually quite quiet today as we were there during lunch time and most people shut their shops and go home for lunch with their families. In the afternoon we went for coffee and cake to Anina's Mum's house which was lovely sitting in the sun room over looking Jenaz. We then went to Pablos work to see the wooden door and furniture factory in action - which of course Dave enjoyed seeing. Anina, Ethan and Bec have just got back from from seeing the cows and goats at the local farmers. The sun is setting over the valley as we type this and it brings to close our wonderful time in Jenaz. Sadly we must say goodbye and tomorrow we travel to Zurich where we will stay the night in a hotel before our train trip to Paris on Wednesday morning. Jenaz has been a real joy to explore and be in - for Ethan he has loved having children and toys to play with and for Dave and Bec we have enjoyed the pampering and exceptional hospitality we have received as guests in this beautiful Swiss Village. Auf Wiedersehen Jenaz.

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Posted by Bartolofamily 09:39 Archived in Switzerland

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Want to have you back!! Badly missed from all of us :-(. Anyway, have a wonderful time in Paris and Ireland!!Love xoxo Anina & all...

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