Hotel Saint Martin
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... roll back to camp, but he held his line well. We had to stop a couple of times to let my rims cool, which gave his arms a rest too. I'm happy to admit that I'm pretty tired too now. Today was a beautiful day- we got a cable car up onto one of the hilltops above St Moritz, before continuing up on foot to a lovely alpine lake and then the pass. There was more snow, so Jimmu got a play too. He's a bit under the weather, though, poor boy, with a case of hard to shake runny ...
... around the town and checked out the shops, Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Cartier, Jimmy Choo. Yes the place is made for the rich and famous. We went past a hotel that in winter cost about $1200 AUD per night with a minimum of 11 nights stay.... Back to reality and we wandered down to the lake and did a bit of a walk, yet more lovely scenery. The waters in Switzerland tend to be green, this is due to the minerals in them. They are also very ...
... the bus and over more mountains on our was to St Moritz. The Julier Pass was very scenic but a little different from other alp areas, less trees and more exposed rocks. The photos don't do justice to the scenery over here. Tonight we had drinks in the hotel bar "complements of Insight" and then a group dinner in the restaurant. The purpose of the drinks was to allow the tour director to do a bit of company promotion and praise those that had done more than one Insight ...
... bus would have done him in... and i had spare seat beside me...Angela the tour guide was lovely... But talked each time I dozed off...hahaha... Stopped for coffee half way there... Arrived at Tirano (Italy) and had an hour for lunch before we caught the Bernina Express to St Moritz ... Crossed the border ..didnt need to show passports... but we did need to have them with us...The train ride up into the alps was spectacular... Starting 429mts ...
... the top bunk, before I explained that I wasn't entirely comfortable sleeping directly next to the children (although it may feel like I am an older sister, I am still doing a job and I didn't want any chance of problems!) and also hated the idea that the children might fall from the top bunk, as there was no safety rail, so I bagsied it for myself! Very 'furba'! (sly, cunning, typically Italian) We cooked as soon as we got in as we were all starving, and spent the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed