This is the final post in the Klosters series. To read Part 1, click here. To read Part 2, click here.
After two days in Klosters, it was time for us to head back to Basel.
We packed our bags, bribed Muci with kitty treats to get him into his carrier, checked out of the hotel, and hit the road.
Despite the two unfinished hikes, it was a good weekend getaway.
And if anything, the idea of taking ski lessons is becoming more and more tempting by the day.
As before, I leave you with a short video to close this series of blog posts on Klosters. I hope you enjoy it!
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Recap: during the recent long weekend, we went on a short trip to Klosters, Graubünden. In this post, I write about our second day there. To read about our first day, click here.
After a relatively good night’s sleep (Muci was purring in my ear and biting my fingers at 4am!), we set off again for the day’s activities.
This time, we took the cable car up to Madrisa Land, a family-themed adventure park on Sonnenberg Mountain.
The recent proliferation of chocolate bunnies and colourful eggs meant only one thing – Easter was upon us. More importantly, we had a four-day weekend on our hands. Having never ventured to the eastern part of Switzerland, we decided to head to the canton of Graubünden and spend a couple of nights at Klosters.
If you remember from my previous post on our trip to Brussels (you can refresh your memory by clicking here), Muci had tried to – unsuccessfully – pack himself in our luggage. We couldn’t afford to bring a stowaway then, but this time we decided to bring him along, legally. It was only a two-hour drive, and he didn’t need any vaccinations since we wouldn’t be crossing any borders, so it was an easy decision to make. We managed to find a pet-friendly hotel, and we were all set to go.