On the train from Zurich to Bad Ragaz, a charming mountain town in eastern Switzerland, you pass mirror-like lakes so still that it’s hard to tell the difference between the sky and the water. Jagged Alpine trees are seen twice, their reflection in the water creating a topsy-turvy landscape. Mountain peaks are upside down and the cobalt of autumnal skies merge into the ice-blue of the lake’s surface.
It doesn’t take long to get to the idyllic town – a mere hour’s worth of swooshing through a landscape of unfolding, sumptuous sights. Found in the foothills of the Alps, in the St Gallen Rhine Valley, Bad Ragaz may
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