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... drive today towards St. Moritz. The mountains in Italy and Switzerland are gorgeous. These mountains look really tall but the highest we have gotten so far is only about 8,000 feet. They are much taller than that but there is just so high one can go with roads when they are so zagged and rocky. We saw several glaciers today.
We are back in Switzerland and in a lovely hotel in St. Moritz—Hotel San Gian. We are walking a good 30 minutes up the ...
... we went higher and higher on the worlds slowest express train. The steep, slow, winding track affords so many vistas that we were running from side to side of the train, gasping at every turn and bend. Luckily our carriage was nearly empty so we and a few others could do this.
We were lucky enough to see most of the glacier, but turn your back and it's enveloped in cloud again. Over the actual Bernina pass ( ...
... You could tell they weren't deer because they were too dark in color and had curly horns. We walked over 6 miles today, and it felt good. We both had a great workout.
We are now in Italy in a huge ski resort area. Once again, it's off-season so there are very few people in our hotel.
The dinner menu looks interesting and we aren't leaving the hotel. It rained on us really *******ce we got to ...
... right on the dot of 10.02am. The carriage was 3/4 full. I was lucky enough to have a lovely man sit opposite me. His name was Gaudenz and he is 74. ( They have already planned to spend 2 weeks in Florence next May to celebrate his 75th birthday.) Gaudenz was a teacher and then worked in the Pharmaceutical Industry. He has travelled a lot but grew up around this area of Switzerland. As we passed through Bergun, he said how he used to teach there and ...
... s also very weird after having apartments to be in a hotel. No fridge, no tea/coffee facilities,
have to go downstairs for that and it gets put on your room bill! They do however provide free train travel between a number of stops on the Bernina Rail, and free entry to a number of public facilities including the pool and museum.
Enjoyed a very tasty (and expensive) dinner in the hotel restaurant and retired to our cosy room.