- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
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Travel Blogs from St. Moritz
... that I actually quite enjoyed followed by some roasted beef ribs if think and a large selection of the usual meats and well as some sausages that had been boiled including Joes codaging and a kind of blood sausage that were both nice...We rolled into bed full to bursting after an interesting genealogical conversation that took us to after midnight...this family stuff is taking its toll of our sleep. ...
It was fine this morning after some rain overnight so after breakfast we went with Nonna Lucia to the bakery. Joe insisted on buying something to contribute for lunch so we purchased some sparkling wine that we thought was expensive when we selected so I handed over $50 euro and the lady said no, something smaller...it ended up being $5 for two bottles much to my amusement. Luisa and I decided to get some exercise and headed off for a bike ride to Grosio about 15 kms away. ...
... obviously dotes on him as well. Everyone has these 3 or 4 storey houses with a cellar below ground for wine and salami storage and then an apartment on each floor to provide some privacy. Pinos wife passed away a few years ago and he is on the lower floor. He has an injury that effects the use of his left side so limited use of his arm and a limp. Aldo Gloria and their two children are upstairs. Luisa and Laura came to pick us up and dropped us off home ...
This morning we headed off to St Mouritz with Luisa and Laura to discover how the rich and famous live. A wonderful but slow drive through the Brennan? Pass where snow had fallen over night. It hit -6 in the middle of the pass but was a balmy 3 when we arrived to a very quiet town as everything shut down for Easter Friday. We wandered about for a short while checking out the posh hotels and the horses ...
... cross-country and downhill, and as an experienced downhill skier I have to say that the Telemark boots were a lot more comfortable than downhill boots and the lack of a heel attachment meant that there was so much more technique needed. Book a ski instructor if you want to get down the slope safely!
Overall, I think Livigno is a fantastic place to ski and the Italians are very hospitable and full of fun, as expected.