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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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From Lake Constance to the mountains of Switzerland- incredible train ride on the Bernina express to Pontresina in Graubunden in the Engadine. Snow, mountains, below freezing winds and a trek to the Morteratsch glacier ( in our all purpose travel outfits) and an even more amazing train ride to Tirano, Italy were included in our brief sojourn to ...
... It still exists in Tirano. The man got out the big book ( which looked like the big book of spells) and ummed and ahhed until he found the right page. The lady there tried to talk to us about our family and kept pointing to my face and cheeks, no idea what she was on about so I just smiled and nodded. She could have been saying anything! 10 minutes later we had copies of 2 ...
... of the mountain, Who walked there?? St Moritz was breath taking, so glitzy & posh, but sports driven also. We went to the Olympic Stadium where they held the 1924 & 1948 Olympic games, saw the bob sled run, the Cresta Run (Luge) & had lunch overlooking the Ice Skating rinks (outdoors mind you) very expensive but lovely lunch. So glad we decided to go, but at the same time very glad we only stayed a few hours or we would have blown the budget ...
... cross-country and downhill, and as an experienced downhill skier I have to say that the Telemark boots were a lot more comfortable than downhill boots and the lack of a heel attachment meant that there was so much more technique needed. Book a ski instructor if you want to get down the slope safely!
Overall, I think Livigno is a fantastic place to ski and the Italians are very hospitable and full of fun, as expected.
... the cold, we were also able to empty the water and toilet and fill with fresh water. We decided to have lunch before setting off again. as soon as we turned away from the lake the houses had a more alpine feel. Before long the rain changed to snow. As we climbed the snow became deeper, the ploughs were doing a good job at keeping the road clear. We passed quite a few vehicles that had stopped to put on their snow chains, it's compulsory ...