Hotel Albergo Meuble Stelvio
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up the mountain and after looking at the stunning views- we went into the nearby town and had an amazing lunch! Pizzoccheri is the speciality there so we all had that, after a huge antipasto and followed by fresh green apple sorbet- buonissimo! The walk back was much quicker and that evening we had another beautiful meal and then went to pack. The busy life we're living is incredible- so much to experience. La vita è bella. Bacioni ...
... 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 ...
... we headed into St Moritz for some sight seeing. The streets are immaculately clean and no cars parked by the side of the roads. All cars park in a main car park and shoppers catch the escalators up to the town to shop. The shops are all very expensive. I really liked a scarf in one shop but was nearly knocked over when we converted the price to $670!!!!! It was cashmere but it was just a scarf!!! ...
Woke up to a beautiful view from our window then down for breakfast (photo). Had the best latte so far this trip. We then commenced a browse around the streets of Venice, looking through shops and taking photos. We indulged in a gelato before heading back to collect our bags and catch the ferry to the train station where we caught the train to Milan or Milano. Venezia to Milano by traino 2.5 hours. We traveled ...
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 ...