Sheraton Davos Hotel Waldhuus
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Today I took a day trip to a couple of little villages, heidiland and Liechtenstein - a small country that is between Switzerland and Austria. It was a very nice tour and we passed through lots of farm land. The farms are all cute and old and tiny and they were smelly because everyone was spreading manure ...
... past the ice castle. It felt so easy now, and it’s hard to believe I was so nervous beforehand.
The slope was starting to shut down and the lifts stopped so we caught a bus back to Pontresina. The boys fortunately jumped on the same bus near St Moritz. We saw them as we pulled up having a snowball fight. Even though we tried to hide and pretend we didn’t know them, Bart recognized our gear and they found us. They had a blast going into powder snow off ...
... the best as there was poor visibility and a bit of light snow. When we reached the bottom of the Diavolezza slopes and got off the train we realised that the main gondola was closed to poor visibility. We thought we could use the small slope with the ponylift but they wouldn’t turn it on for us.
A little bit dishearten we caught a bus back to Pontresina where there is another smaller skifield which is used often for the children ski school. ...
... to me. We watched a few men go down and then headed up to St Moritz.
Brigitte showed us into the Kuhn Hotel which looked fairly ordinary outside but was magnificent inside with large wooden ceilings and walls with scenes made from the different wood patterns and colours. Brigitte headed off to do the groceries and left Joel and I to explore St Moritz. We walked around a bit and bought a few treats for later, but the snow was getting heavier so ...
... a bit of lego skills from Eric. I learnt how to make a traditional Swiss meal of potato Rosti with fried eggs, and creamed spinach, and then a family tradition of mustard carrots and sprouts. The food was all amazing with flavours that stood strong enough alone but also worked so well together. Eric treated us by making us dessert which was a marvellous mixture of ice cream, whipped cream, pineapple lumps, milkbottles, smarties and fruit ...
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