Hotel Piz Buin
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... so we set off to Switzerland via the San Bernadino Pass. Rising to over 2,000 metres we were amazed at the road engineering as well as the incredible scenery. After lunch we craved more visual stimulation (and motoring fun) and we turned back into Italy via the Splugenpass. On this road there were many tight winding "half-tunnels" where the ...
... is a very famous children's story and the route takes you through the story with carvings and other things to keep the kids interested.
Once we rrived in St. Moritz and had finished our business we treated ourselves to an ice cream before catching a bus back to Silvaplana.
That evening Stef and Jan took us out for supper at a local restaurant called Mullets where we were spoiled with a good meal and a few ...
... managed to park as far away from the center of town as possible so that we would find the opportunity to take a walk.
Not only is Livigno in Italy, but it is also a tax free zone, so prices of many items are quite cheap. Diesel for example was only 0.85 Euro/lt instead of around 1.60 Euro in Switzerland. So we took the opportunity to fill up.
Livigno is ...
... to enjoy an Apple Strudel, the specialty of the restaurant.
Stef drove us down to Bernina from where we caught a train up to Alp Grum. Being so cold we decided to start the meal with a Gaste Suppe, soup with sausage before following it down with a large Apfel ...
... heading down to Lago Palu and then back up to Alp Grum.
A spectacular hike that left us tired but happy.
On the way back it started to rain and we stopped at Pontresina to buy some food for a planned supper with Stef and Jan. After standing in the rain for 20 minutes the bus eventually arrived to take us back to our camp.
The evening was spent eating a curry supper at Stef's house.