Hotel Albergo Meuble Stelvio
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... we got there, Roberto told us about the tower up the top which was used to communicate to people in the other nearby mountains hundreds of years ago. We then walked through the old town which had a football field with rocks for spectators to sit on. For lunch we had pizzoccheri. This is a traditional pasta of this town and is made with dark flour which makes the pasta look almost black. Arianna was explaining to us that the pasta makes you feel ...
... in the town again we looked for a place for dinner. All very expensive in St Moritz so we found a pub which was reasonable and had a nice dinner before walking home admiring the pretty street lights. Heading for Zermatt tomorrow with another scenic train ride - bit hard to take really. Hope it is not too hot in Perth!! Just checked -4 here at the moment. Funny thing is it is cold but not ...
... Town was pretty but very dead. I was in between seasons. In a couple of weeks the ski fields would open up and the town would get a lot busier.
Today is a travel day: picking up our rental car and driving to Tirano on to the border of Italy and Switzerland - so it provides us an opportunity to reflect back on general aspects of the Cruise experience and especially the foodie bits :-)
This was our first cruise with Oceania, and whilst the ship was a little larger than our preference, the great itinerary justified our choice. The upside of having a mid-sized boat (1,200 passengers) is the facilities: great gym ...