Hotel Saint Martin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we decided to spend the day chilling out before our planned return to Winkel where we would be meeting up with Justin who would be coming out to visit his Granny for a couple of days.
We spent most of the morning doing book work before going out for a brief ride ...
Today was predicted to be the hottest day in the history of Switzerland. Well it certainly didn't let us down with temperatures soaring to an estimated 38 degrees. Corinne's plan was to walk in the shade so we got onto a bus and headed towards the Italian border to a town call Casaccia from where we set out on a leisurely walk into the surrounding forests. As we had descended some distance down the Maloja Pass, the vegetation had ...
... he became too slow to balance the bike, stalled it and fell off. Neither he nor the bike were damaged, but it shattered what little confidence he had. I joined the main group and we continued on using our GPS to guide us, while the leader returned to collect our fallen rider. We headed south from the pass finally arriving at Pontresina at :7:30pm. We were all shattered after nearly 12 hours on the bike. After our evening meal it was an early night for us ...
At last a rest day. Today we did absolutely nothing apart from a 20 km round trip to St. Moritz to do some shopping. This is actually nothing these days. It was very hot so we did swim a bit in the lake. We also caught up on book work and spent some time doing ...
Today, the blisters almost healed, we walked down to Surlej before heading uphill to Hannesee which is a small lake in the mountains above Chamfer. From here we followed the ridge along the side of the Corvatch until we eventually came down at Lej Staz near St. Moritz. Here we had a welcome swim as the weather was seriously warm before walking into St. Moritz and catching a bus home.
The walk took us through an area where many of the pine ...