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... We then made our way back to Monza train station and after saying goodbye to Anita and Michel, we caught the train for 2.5hrs to Tirano. Tirano is 10mins away from Brusio which is where my Great Uncle Roberto and Great Aunty Ilaria live- we stayed with them for 3 nights. Arianna their daughter (mum's cousin), picked us up- she's so sweet, apparently she'd come an hour early because she was so excited! I was super excited to see her ...
... we got there, Roberto told us about the tower up the top which was used to communicate to people in the other nearby mountains hundreds of years ago. We then walked through the old town which had a football field with rocks for spectators to sit on. For lunch we had pizzoccheri. This is a traditional pasta of this town and is made with dark flour which makes the pasta look almost black. Arianna was explaining to us that the pasta makes you feel ...
Didn't feel like Xmas when we woke up...no presents, no grandchildren to spoil...but after having a nice breakfast, the day took off!! Hopped on the Bernina Express for a train ride through the alps...stunning scenery...snow everywhere, mountains, glaciers, lakes. We had the windows down in the carriage (even though it was freezing) and were jumping from side to side taking heaps of photos. Caught our bus back to St Moritz where we walked the ...
... The ride up the mountain to St Moritz was amazing, especially driving thru the pass just as the sun was going down.. Hard to take photos out of the bus window, but I tried to capture the beauty.. Looking forward to seeing St Moritz in daylight... Snow on the streets, but not snowing and not expected to do so for a few days... Too bad we are leaving on Boxing Day... Christmas Eve dinner tonight was a buffet... And yummy ... Will need to walk it off tomorrow.... ...
... we headed into St Moritz for some sight seeing. The streets are immaculately clean and no cars parked by the side of the roads. All cars park in a main car park and shoppers catch the escalators up to the town to shop. The shops are all very expensive. I really liked a scarf in one shop but was nearly knocked over when we converted the price to $670!!!!! It was cashmere but it was just a scarf!!! ...