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Travel Blogs from Santa Caterina Valfurva
... aren't airtight. I did actually buy a new one in Holland, which was requisitioned by Louise for a couple of weeks until it became apparent that it too was rubbish. It got thrown out after half a tube of silicone went onto it, and I bought a real proper like thermarest in Paris. It's stays up all night. Or so I'm told :). Not that all this has put me off camping- I still love it, and the kids love it too. I miss chairs, but not much else. I was at a gas station filling up ...
... course a bike shop he had to have a look at.
When he came back I relented and told him to get a map and so then we drove up about half way and found a park on the river with a good breeze.
He set off to climb to the top. Its about 2158 high and looks very steep.
I got the washing done. I think I had finished reading my book by now so I wished I had had another one, ...
... at Hotel Bernina a quiet clean place we are grateful for. Dropped our bags at the hotel and walked through the Village , when it began to rain we stopped at a cafe for espressos and apple strudel. The rain didn't last long and the sun came back out to join us and the perfect 75degree day we've been blessed with. St Moritz is another village just about 10 minutes away by bus.... We decided to check it out, I remember Robin Leach referring to St Moritz as being the ...
... br> runs next to the cafe, which is in Italy, but a few steps away you are in
Going down the mountain was just as good, there was a film
crew filming on one bend and as we approached it, the new Nissan GTR came
haring up around the bend (I only know it was this car because of the petrol
heads on the trip! It took about an hour or so to reach the site, passing
through the Swiss border & a ...