Hotel La Genzianella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the road is becoming rather busy with cars which just does not seem right way out here in the wild.
Soon the road starts to climb once again and then heads over the top of a rather high mountain and there in the next valley is the large town of Livigno.The town is spread out over a large area and is just about made up of wooden buildings. It is extremely busy and soon I realise that this is more of an adventure town rather than just a town. It has all kinds of ...
... has about 2-300 inhabitants is very quaint and remote , the only Restaurant some years ago a famous Fish Speciality Michelin Guide award winner has long since closed its door, and the Building is in the process of being converted into small apartments, Apartment Buildings are going up like Mushrooms everywhere in Switzerland at an astounding rate... and I'm wondering when this is coming to an halt. Enough of my rant here , Switzerland is ...
... 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 ...
... now 2330 metres above sea level) was another enormous lake, we've put 2 photo's, one a stunner and 1 with a car to give perspective on the size of this place. The trip took 2 hours and we were mesmerized the whole time. Wow, wow, wow.
We arrived in St Moritz and realised that it was a lot colder here, could've done with more clothes on, or specifically gloves...Brrrrr. We spent the day exploring the town, very ...
... working and as there were quite numerous and lengthy tunnels, the guard found it necessary to come and sit next to me and put his torch on in the tunnels...you guessed it, Ken can't be trusted in the dark.
We arrived at a town called Tirano, exited the Italian train station and turned left into the Swiss one! Oh my, what a difference a few meters make. It was clean, graffiti free, neat, tidy, organised, and everything was ...