Hotel Reine Victoria
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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... 8 km to ride. We arrived about 2 hours later. All good. Apart from Stef nearly dying (or so she claims)... From now on, the next 50 km were pure bliss....top speeds in the upper 50's, nice corners, everything nice.
Just a minor nuisance.....tunnels.
The tunnels showed us how different expectations can alter the experience a lot. Stef thought that the tunnels were the most difficult and dangerous ...
So just to get things straight. .. in spring I had a student who told me all about her amazing cycle trips around europe and how much fun they were. Long story short, she inspired me and jan to try this out ourselves. Because we worked all summer, and summer was hot, we decided that autumn would be the best time to do this trip. As ...
... the funicular up to the top, Muottas Muragl, 2456 metres. Coffee and a walk to the lookout, with great panoramas, back on the funicular then a bus back to St Moritz. All the transport was free, on presentation of the pass. Off to the pub for the Scotland vs Sth Africa game, dinner then the first half of Aust vs England, leaving at half time to watch the rest in our room at the hotel. Great result with Australia winning 31 - 13. Early start tomorrow: Munich via the Library at St ...
... br> enough as i get to the turn off for the pass road the signs are in green and
saying the pass is open. At last and finally i might just get over this great
I have tried to ride it before I have always started from the opposite end at
Bormio and so this road is all new to me from this end.
thing I notice it is a single track road and is extremely rough and bumpy. To
make things worse it hugs the edge of a mountain for ...
... boy scout shirts, ties and all kinds of very important badges on their sleeves. They all had hiking sticks and backpacks, and expensive hiking boots. We thought we would see them venturing out into the wilderness to earn another badge, or save someone in distress. No so. After we looked around, took pictures and marvelled at the view, we noticed that they did not venture very far. In fact, as we walked to catch ...