Hotel Seehof Davos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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From Lake Constance to the mountains of Switzerland- incredible train ride on the Bernina express to Pontresina in Graubunden in the Engadine. Snow, mountains, below freezing winds and a trek to the Morteratsch glacier ( in our all purpose travel outfits) and an even more amazing train ride to Tirano, Italy were included in our brief sojourn to ...
... a marriage certificate (with only a possible marriage year to go by) and it didn't cost a cent. They were fantastic. We then decided to go for a drive over to Switzerland as we had almost a whole day to spare now, so up the hill we went. It is only 1 minute from the boarder here. The idea was to head to Pontresina for a late lunch. It was getting colder the further ...
We just had the most excellent day today. Took to Bernina Express (The Little Red Train) to St. Moritz and back. And yes, "There was snow on those mountains!" The train ride was amazing, we took a million photo's of snow, mountains & the train of course. Saw some really cool things along the way, like guys with big kite sails like they use on the Estuary, but with snow boards, cross country & down hill skiers, and footprints a million miles from anywhere on ...
... French. It was pleasant to hear all the different languages being spoken and it was even more satisfying in understanding at least one or two of them.
Inevitably, the food was great in Livigno, especially the pasta - I enjoyed the spaghetti the most. At the hotel they did do a traditional food night halfway through the week which included the most delicious venison stew and roast suckling pig! They also had ...
... them here between October and April. At the border an Italian officer asked us if we had anything to declare, 'No' we replied, he waved us through, there wasn't any control into Switzerland. Further along a Swiss policeman was stopping vehicles and telling them put their chains on, he asked us if we had four wheel drive, we have so he let us pass. As we climbed up to the Julier Pass the road snaked back and forth, but we mostly ...