But before doing that I had to take Jochen for a walk and so decided to go back to Sogn Gieri. It was open and I was so surprised at what I saw. Sogn Gieri is Romanisch for St George, Romanisch being the fourth language in Switzerland.
The church has clearly undergone some restoration work and some of it not all that sympathetic. However I am not sure what else they could have done. It would appear that some basic structural repairs were necessary and cement was the choice of material. You can see that one big stone window frame above Jochen is white whilst those windows not repaired are full of these amazing chalk drawings.
Looking at the seating one would not want the church service to go on too long as sitting on those benches cannot be comfortable. Perhaps this was the medieval idea of penance and suffering for one's sins! If the the church is medieval, that is.
I did get to Chur and bought one of those special travel cards. The man behind the counter serving me was so taken with the fact that I was from Australia, (even though I did speak German without an accent) that he bent over backwards to make it all work for me. When I reached over the counter to shake his hand, he stood up. He was so friendly and courteous.
Jochen had another shortish walk on my return. It was rather warm and we both struggled a little.