Bio Hotel Villa Cecilia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up the mountain and after looking at the stunning views- we went into the nearby town and had an amazing lunch! Pizzoccheri is the speciality there so we all had that, after a huge antipasto and followed by fresh green apple sorbet- buonissimo! The walk back was much quicker and that evening we had another beautiful meal and then went to pack. The busy life we're living is incredible- so much to experience. La vita è bella. Bacioni ...
... we got there, Roberto told us about the tower up the top which was used to communicate to people in the other nearby mountains hundreds of years ago. We then walked through the old town which had a football field with rocks for spectators to sit on. For lunch we had pizzoccheri. This is a traditional pasta of this town and is made with dark flour which makes the pasta look almost black. Arianna was explaining to us that the pasta makes you feel ...
... Back to St Moritz, we had a walk around the small township ..Didn't see anyone famous, but lots of expensive looking shops... Luckily it was Christmas Day and shops were closed... Except a cafe or two where we had lunch. Then walked back to the hotel via the lake... Just gorgeous. Hard to believe that the lake is usually half frozen at this time of year, and fully frozen by January, when they hold the White Turf Day, and ride horses on the frozen ...
... fun anyway. Rang the kids for Xmas morning back home...was good to talk to family on Xmas...missed seeing Blair & Isabella opening their presents. Mark Like most towns we have visited, I liked Lucerne. One thing Mark did forget to mention is that we also visited the lion monument... Carved into rock face..impressive. I really enjoy just walking around the older parts of the towns.. all the old buildings, some with paintings on the outer walls.. Took ...
... to take the rail car or gondola up the mountain to Piz Nair which is 3057 metres above sea level. We made the climb in 3 stages of rail cars, again with spectacular views as seen in the photos. When we got to 3057 it was very cold and came in colder as time went on. We had fun taking photos then decided to warm up with a coffee for staggs and wine for edgecombes before heading back. Once we ...