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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We woke early in Zermatt to check out, take in one last look around the beautiful little town and jump about the famous Glacier Express train along UNESCO heritage railways to our final destination of St Moritz. Along the way there was endless picturesque scenery from snow capped mountains to summer green fields and typically Swiss towns all along the route. We arrived in St Moritz late in the afternoon and settled into our hostel for another relaxing ...
... back in time. The dominance of the mountains over this city was breathtaking. Hard to believe we're here in real time. We dined in the hotel restaurant in which the meal was poor as it was a set menu. But it's food & fills a hole. At least we're back into Euro territory with no more use for the expensive Swiss franc. Things are becoming cheaper. It was nearly 10pm before we retired to bed. Guten ...
... an easy town to walk around with the same narrow cobbled streets as in Italy, but it is very clean with no graffiti in sight.
I now know that my Coeliac Disease did not come from here. They know very little about 'Senza Glutine'. Also there is very little here in English. It's either Italian or German so the menus are difficult to sort out. We did however manage to sit alfresco in the Main Town Square and have a nice lunch with ...
... aggressive drivers in Europe………what a pleasure.
2. If you want to sleep well, don’t camp next to the main road or pick a campsite with a disco.
3. Avoid tourist destinations during holiday season, unless you like crowds.
4. Don’t forget to look at your map regularly.
5. When hiking make sure you have comfortable boots.
6. Keep right……..pass ...
... A brief stop for picnic and then back down again. We stopped for a rest on a bench that arguably has the best view in the world. One day I might write a book on the “Benches of the Engadin Valley”, this one will certainly be on top of the ...