Hotel Baita Cusini
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... the bus to the Corviglia for a run but we were having a lot of fun and there were such few people on the slope we decided not to waste time in a bus. We took our time going down the slope stopping to take photos when the clouds cleared momentarily and giving us spectacular views of the mountains and valley. I had improved my technique a bit and Brigitte came me positive feedback and encouraged me to start using my poles while turning. I did fall several times but nothing ...
Today was Saturday and unfortunately Bart had to go to work, but the rest of us had the morning free. After breakfast Joel walked with Bart to the ski rental store where Bart works to return the sleds we used last night.
Brigitte and I got Eric ready, and I watched Brigitte practice accordion as she had to perform at a function tonight. At 9am we all caught the train to Diavolezza which is down the same valley as Pontresina. The weather ...
... the train back to Pontresina. We were just in time to have lunch with Brigitte, Eric and Bart.
Bart and Eric headed back to work and school while we got ready to do a bit of ice skating at the local rink in town. We were the first people for the day and they just cleared the snow off it. It was free to use and borrow shoes, which is amazing for the local people. Brigitte and Joel patiently held my hands as I got my balance and confidence. I had ...
... and horses drawing sleds.
We got home and Eric and Joel were already home. Joel went to go pick up Eric from school but he felt a bit dodgy pacing back and forth in front of the school so after 10 minutes decided to walk home and drop the sled at Bart’s work on the way. Eric was only 5 minutes behind Joel as he had stopped to have a snowball fight with his friends.
Brigitte and I started cooking dinner, while ...
... hang of it.
Princess finished at Marguns station where we got my hiking boots back. By now it was already 1.30pm and we were all starving so we took a ski lift to Corvigilia (the main station), and then took a very large gondola (could easy hold 30 people), to Piz Nair which is 3000m high. Nearly everyone in the gondola was going up to ski down the back but we opted to sit in in the restaurant with amazing view over the whole valley. We could see St Moritz ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting