Sunstar Alpine Hotel Flims
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... any problems, just a couple of places were very sloppy where we slipped a little. We had to pull up on a steep bit, which wasn't ideal. There was a Range Rover one side of the road and a Mini Cooper the other side, both with front end damage, ouch! At the top 7500 ft we pulled in to a parking place, whilst Les de-iced the window wipers I walked Logan. It was bitterly cold, at the side of the car park the snow was about five feet deep. ...
... guy who could speak English and we were headed up the mountain with our Toboggans! By now, it was pitch black. When we got to the top of the mountain, there was a giant bon fire tucked in the snow to our left and a cozy chalet to warm up and grab some food.
Then, we headed down on one of the most crazy adventures we have been on. We hoped on our Toboggans, not knowing how to steer or navigate - let's just say some of us got ...
... town. It had started to snow outside and was much colder than we were used to in the other parts of Switzerland we had been. The town is hundreds of years old and the buildings have amazing artwork on the outside. We also visited the Catholic Cathedral and the paintings on the ceilings were incredible! After walking around the town, we stopped by the apartment to pick our bags up and went to a bar near the train station for a drink. Here we have Ovomaltine which is ...
... and caught the train to Chur.
... was easy. I could’ve gone south over the famous St.Gottardo pass (the only single crossing of the Swiss Alps) but that would result in another campsite-less night at high altitude, so the only realistic option was to head through Andermatt and over the 2044m Oberalppass heading east.
Initially the Oberalppass climb was the most enjoyable yet, with a winding climb made spectacular by ...