Travel Blogs from St. Moritz
... to see in front of you. You also had a beautiful view of the Swiss Alps from the outside bath. The materiality of the entire building is Valser Quartzite, which is a beautiful local stone. I can sit here and describe the building, but you don't get a sense of how wonderful the building is until you are there and experience it firsthand. We left Vals at six and took the bus back to Como where we spent the night again. The next morning we left Como on the bus and drove to Verona.
... run on the snowpark again.
Altogether we caught the gondola up to the top again for lunch. It felt great to sit down and loosen the shoes for a bit while gazing out the window at what should have been a spectacular view. The clouds still clung stubbornly to the mountain obscuring the valley below. I had for lunch a traditional buckwheat vegetable pasta dish which was really tasty, and Joel had the rosti and fried egg which was covered in melted cheese. Very good ...
... was a small amount of soy sauce. Will try again sometime.
Brigitte had to go before dinner was ready to perform the accordion at a function, but we saved her some for when she got home after 9am. We had dinner with Bart and Eric and Eric even made us ice cream sundaes for dessert.
We chatted with Brigitte and Bart when she got home and Eric had gone to bed. Our plans for the next day on the snow was made and we could go to bed not too late.
We saw Eric and Bart off after breakfast, and then Brigitte, Joel and I caught the bus to St Moritz. As we were waiting for the bus it was snowing rather steadily and I could catch the snow and see the beautiful creations of snowflakes. I was captivated until the bus arrived.
We hopped off near the St Moritz Kuhn which is a large hotel that Bart works for as the head green keeper for their 9 hole golf course. Brigitte showed us the golf ...
... really work but was fun! All in all our day in the snow was a lot of fun and very beautiful.
The drive home took a lot longer as we stopped off at another village along the way. This village had the church they attend and was extremely beautiful with an organ area held up by carved wood and carved wood furnishing all around it. We took a walk through this village into the town hall and to purchase the best cake in the whole of Italy! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool