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Lots to catch up on! Hope you're all well and enjoying NZ summer! Also to all my family and friends overseas- that you're having a wonderful time whatever the season may be. Wednesday night after our day of shopping- what a dinner we had ahead! Michel made his special cheese 'raclette'.. We filled our plates with tomatoes, avocados and potatoes and then you use the big machine in the centre of the table to melt your choice of cheese and ...
... as this winter has been very mild. The view from the house is incredible! The house is cute and old fashioned with a wood oven and an outdoor fridge. When we got home, we were picked up by Ilaria and taken back to the house where we got ready for dinner. Arianna took us to an amazing pizza restaurant where I had my first beer since I've been on this trip - it was so good to have a break from wine haha. After dinner Arianna took us to a bar and we met ...
... 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!!! ...
... happens and where it takes you.
I started looking for hotel signs. Followed a few signs but didn't find anything. I was driving through a valley with lush hills on both sides and streams flowing along the road. Just after Spinedi-Ca' San Giorgio I saw a hotel and restaurant on the side of the road, with parking. Perfect!
Friendly staff that spoke enough English, good price. Wifi and a good restaurant. What a day!
So I have to admit that I included the Stelvio Pass on this trip after seeing the guys from Top Gear driving it, and although they did it in super cars I knew it would be a good drive on the bike as well.
Getting there from München wasn't as straight forward as I had hoped, but then again when you drive without a GPS and rely on your memory and a few screenshots you might end up a little lost ...