We started the day with a filling breakfast at the restaurant in Dürrboden,
and collected our shoes and socks from where we'd left them drying on the wood fired oven overnight.
Walking from Dürrboden down to Davos could have been a pleasant enough walk, but in cold and wet it was not enjoyable.
Arriving in Davos, we were greeted with an industrial area, follwed by an uninspiring tourist town.
However, it was all worthwhile when we visited the most interesting church, St. Theodul in the middle of Davos Dorf.
The first church was built between 1289 and 1401, and the original choir, still attached at the rear of the present church
is decorated with amazing frescoes.