Badrutt's Palace Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
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... the village where my grandmother and her family are from. It's beautiful! I haven't been here for 8.5 years, but it's pretty much all as I remember it :) Dario and his wife Claudia don't speak any English and we spent the whole day with them so I got to practice a lot of Italian and do a lot of translating for Lee! Dario took us for a tour of Poschiavo when we arrived and showed us everything- including an inside look to the ...
... because of one of the ingredients in it. She said that the effect was similar to the effect of cannabis haha. After lunch we had apple sorbet which was so refreshing and it managed to wake me up a bit so that I had some energy to walk back down the hill. On the way home we stopped at a church in Italy where about 2000 years ago, a young boy called Mario was visited by The Virgin Mary and was asked to build a church for his town. Inside the church we saw ...
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 ...
... it is at the regular supermarkets. I suddenly feel empowered. Yes! I actually could travel for a long time here in Switzerland and not break my budget! I just need to find a Hofer every now and again and stock up. I notice the people here. For the first time here in Switzerland, I see a significant percentage of immigrants. Somali, South Asian, Arab. But they all look classy and respectable. Obviously I can't tell by a short observation, ...
Day 277 2 hrs, 3 kms Opting for the direct route, I take a rather dreary biking route between the river and the highway. Here there's actually some graffiti as well--some Swiss youth "raging against the machine" of perfection and order. They need more practice though, the graffiti is pretty amateur. Right across the river is yet another town, this one looks really out of place. It's right at the bottom... of a landslide! What the--? A wall ...