- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... pretty much turns to liquid (like a cheese sauce), you pour it into your plate and dip all your food into it! While you're eating that- on goes your next piece of cheese to melt. It was super delicious! We had a lovely night together and Thursday morning we were up early to pack. After we'd had breakfast and packed everything- Anita and Michel drove us to Milano (Italy), for the day! We took several metros and trains around the city ...
... 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 ...
... all the wayo and were offered refreshments (1 only Russello). It was very comfortablo with a tablo in between all four of us facing each other (photo) We then caught the cattle class train from Milan to Tirano. That was a different experience with our legs touching each other and no table in between us. Everyone takes their dogs with them over here wherever they go whether it be to a restaurant or on ...
... These trains run between St Moritz and the Italian town of Tirano where I stayed on last years winter trip.
Onwards and upwards to the summit of the pass. The summit of Bernina is at 2330m above sea level and is in my opinion one of the best view points in the whole of the Alps. As per usual I parked my bike up on the rock and took several photos of it with the mountains as backdrop.
From here its a grand hi speed road down the pass with magical twists ...
... 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.