Hotel Europa di Sondrio
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
We got up early this morning. Yesterday we purchased tickets to take the Bernina Express and had to be at the train station at 9:00, packed up and ready to leave when our train returned.
The hotel served a beautiful breakfast this morning. They even had a menu of breakfast choices: eggs, omelets and pancakes along with all the other buffet items.
The train was on time, and ...
We had a lovely dinner last night at our hotel restaurant. I had baked bass, Eldon had mushroom risotto, and we also had a side salad and a side of green beans. We were in Italy so it didn't cost us an arm and a leg.
We had a lovely buffet breakfast this morning as well. Eldon and I both wonder how these places can afford to stay open and serve such nice meals. I don't think there were more than 3 couples staying here last night.
We had ...
... We had to be careful when crossing the road, not to be cleaned up by a Lamborghini, Massariti, or Porsche.
We even found their answer to the leaning tower! We set off on one of many well marked Alpine hiking trails above St Moritz and after a while stopped for an Alpine picnic where we were entertained by the antics of squirrels in the tree tops. The cold eventually had us returning to town as our hands ...
... m wondering at this point how many people can picture this?? Eventually I took his drink to him much to the amusement of other patrons, and 2 ladies from Lucerne engaged me in conversation.
In a nutshell – Ken's grandfather was a Scardigli, his father died so he used his step fathers name – Cranley. The Scardiglis are traced to Tuscany but records there are not good, so many “dead”(sorry) ends....why are ...