Albergo Croce Bianca
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... a massive valley between two mighty high mountains and all I can think of is that it was at one time a river or a large lake.
I have now been over this pass by bike and train on a number of occasions but never in my life have I ever seen it with so little snow.
At one point I noticed one of the Bernina Express trains stopped in a station and so right away headed further to find a good photo spot to get a few snaps of the train making its way along the edge of ...
... it is just becoming harder to see it and I have the feeling my Homeland is on sale , with People coming from everywhere and take advantage of a very Generous Welfare system , but the Cage is getting full. they call this progress here! well everything is close here anyway Zürich Airport being only 20 k to the east and you can watch the the Airliners intercepting the Localizer and G/S to RWY14 at LSZH in a 2 minute interval during Rush-hour on the ...
... drive today towards St. Moritz. The mountains in Italy and Switzerland are gorgeous. These mountains look really tall but the highest we have gotten so far is only about 8,000 feet. They are much taller than that but there is just so high one can go with roads when they are so zagged and rocky. We saw several glaciers today.
We are back in Switzerland and in a lovely hotel in St. Moritz—Hotel San Gian. We are walking a good 30 minutes up the ...
Today we awoke to very promising weather, although it is very changeable and hard to predict. So grabbing the opportunity we boarded the Bernina Express and headed to St Moritz for the day. This scenery caper is now just getting ridiculous! What we saw was breathtaking, awesome and any other adjective your thesaurus can give you.
We started out in Val Poschiavo (the valley) which is almost 1000 metres above sea ...
... We went to the information center as soon as we reached the town of Zernez. This is where the park begins. We talked about an alpine hike and where we might get a sandwich to take with us. She directed us up the hill so we got a sandwich, chips and a Toblerone candy bar. I've been wanting one ever since we got here and decided by George I was going to enjoy a few bites.
The hike was beautiful, but ...