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... days before Europe became one. Having to be checked through all these borders would have certainly have been time consuming.
As I get ever higher the snow is getting more and more and by the time I reach the summit there is quite a lot of ice around on the road and its time to be extremely careful.
There are a number of bikes up here and so I simply park up beside them and go into the hotel and see if there are any rooms available and sure enough there ...
... We had to be careful when crossing the road, not to be cleaned up by a Lamborghini, Massariti, or Porsche.
We even found their answer to the leaning tower! We set off on one of many well marked Alpine hiking trails above St Moritz and after a while stopped for an Alpine picnic where we were entertained by the antics of squirrels in the tree tops. The cold eventually had us returning to town as our hands ...
... 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 ...
... 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.
It had rained overnight in Corvara so the roads were wet when we left but it wasn't raining. The good thing was that the roads were ours - hardly any traffic. The bad thing was that the roads were wet and slippery. Canazei was our forts port of call - a very wealthy ski resort. The buildings were very ornate and there was plenty of traffic. We went through the Passo do Costalunga and found ourselves in the apple ...