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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Livigno
... to get 5 Euros of fuel and so headed on through this wonderful town.
Near the other end of the town I finally found a petrol station which had an attendant and so after 3 attempts I finally got my tank filled. As I pull out this station I noticed all the Swiss tourists arriving in hope to get some fuel.
Once out of Livigno I am on a wonderful road right under a massive cliff and following along the waters of a massive man made lake. This section of road I ...
... Houses built on the Westside where Builders took the last chance to built before the second Home Ban initiative took effect earlier this year and after that Deadline no more Second Homes can be Built up here in order to preserve the Landscape. Pontresina is hustling and bustling from People trying to avoid the craziness from St. Moritz which is absolutely Gridlocked form all the new Russian Oligarch money flooding the one Time desirable Alpine ...
... for dinner. The young man at the front desk of our hotel told us about a great little wood fired restaurant for pizza. We drove through the main part of the city, and I have never seen such exclusive stores. Some of them I've never heard of before. The shopping is fantastic if you are a shopper.
This place is known for it's rich and famous. Kings, Queens, Princes and Princesses along with many, many movie stars come here for the skiing and the ...
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 ...
... brook and had our lunch. We both needed the nutrition, especially the wine. It was starting to rain lightly, and of course we weren't all prepared for it other than an umbrella. We shared the umbrella as best we could on such uneven terrain. We were both tired and that's when accidents happen, so we took our time. On the meadow walk return we saw a herd of chamois (goat-antelope). There were at least 8 or 9 ...