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... Houses built on the Westside where Builders took the last chance to built before the second Home Ban initiative took effect earlier this year and after that Deadline no more Second Homes can be Built up here in order to preserve the Landscape. Pontresina is hustling and bustling from People trying to avoid the craziness from St. Moritz which is absolutely Gridlocked form all the new Russian Oligarch money flooding the one Time desirable Alpine ...
... worldwide and 2,500 in their Ditzingen operation (near Stuttgart), which is like a little village. It is a very modern facility and spread over multiple buildings, which are all connected by a series of underground passages which protects them during the harsh winters.
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... and temperatures into the 70's.
We walked around the town of Tirano. It was no great shakes, but we had lunch of pizza and a carafe of red wine. Eldon wasn't driving so he could enjoy himself as well. It took 2 1/4 hours to return from Tirano to St. Moritz. We are so glad we didn't pop for the Glacier Express. That would have been 7 1/2 hours on the train. We'd had enough ...
... for dinner. The young man at the front desk of our hotel told us about a great little wood fired restaurant for pizza. We drove through the main part of the city, and I have never seen such exclusive stores. Some of them I've never heard of before. The shopping is fantastic if you are a shopper.
This place is known for it's rich and famous. Kings, Queens, Princes and Princesses along with many, many movie stars come here for the skiing and 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 ( ...