Hotel Ristorante Bait De Angial
Travel Blogs from Livigno
... car itself must be quite new and has all the modern electronic gadgets on board. When I first stepped aboard I thought the car would carry about 30 or so people but looking at the sign above the door it is limited, wait for it, limited to carry 102 passengers and 1 operator!! They must be squashed in like sardines when it’s that full!!!
Soon we start moving with a mighty load of only 3 folk in the car. The views are really stunning. We head into some ...
... struggling along the road in the snow. They were certainly not in their natural environment where they were.
As it was still snowing by the bucket I decided to sit in the hotels computer room and work on my photos etc.
The snow finally decided to give up around 2pm and so I decided to take a walk and go and explore the wonderful tourist town of St Moritz.
I had heard so much about this town and what it has ...
... leads into St Moritz. It’s now raining heavily and after a ride around the town I decide it’s time to find a hotel for tonight. As this is St Moritz I know it’s going to be rather expensive so headed off out of town in search of one of the cheaper hotels.
By the time I find a suitable hotel the rain has turned to snow and really is not looking promising for my onward trip tomorrow!!! Am I going to be stuck in St Moritz for a few days??? Oh no, what a place to be stuck ...
... 10seconds and the correct hand as well. We did see this person later on with one glove....oops. He didn,t fess up and I kept walking. So nicks glove is down the slopes somewhere. We saw the Swiss ski team juniors for 2017 finishing their training. Picked up train again to alp grim, then onto night at poschiavo. Small Swiss town everyone said hello in their language which seems a mix of Swiss,Italian,French,German .so heading off today to Milan for 2nights then we think to lake ...
... Now aboard the Bernina Express, 4 hours wandering through the Swiss Alps from Tirano in Italy to Chur in Switzerland and it doesn't disappoint. This is a fantastic way to see the alps and alp towns. I'll let the photos do the talking but I'm not convinced even they will do justice. Two things of note - one is where the glaciers split to send their water flows to each of the Adriatic and Mediterranean seas. Secondly is ...
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