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      26.03.2009 19:44
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      A great day trip, but not much to keep you entertained for a week.

      Well St.Moritz is one of THE places to go, I didn't actually stay there when I went, as I was staying in Lake Como at the time, and we went on a day trip (on a coach along the VERY thin and winding roads in Italy and Switzerland!).

      When we arrived in St Moritz it was very strange, hot, but snowy...something you get a little confused by when your there!!! lol.

      St Moritz lies in Graubunden in Switzerland, and lies in the French Alps. Its notoriously a skiing resort, and is where alot of stars are spotted, Victoria and David Beckham been among them. Though this should not be the reason you go!!!

      The town of St Moritz is very pretty, only small, but beautiful, lots of little boutiques and restaurants, but you need ALOT of money!!! We were only there for a day, and had our lunches included, but even a coffee and a biscotti will cost you around £10 for one.

      St Moritz is one of the oldest winter resorts in the world, and despite the cold weather, has sun at least 300 days of the year, meaning you can always top up your tan!!!!! Lol.

      As well as been a skiing resort, there is also hiking (though in the snowy conditions, I would only recommend it to the experienced!), and the world famous Cresta Run toboggan, which is one of the only natural Bob sleigh run left in the world :-D

      If your planning on going St Moritz, I wouldn't take children, we had my little brother with us when we went, and there isn't very much to keep them entertained, and they start to get bored, and asking when they're going back to the beach or pool!!! If your into skiing or hiking then this is definitely somewhere to consider, but you will need alot of money, for both hotels and shopping, eating and drinking!!

      Its a beautiful place to go, and there are some beautiful scenes and photo opportunities!!!

      Its well worth a visit!!!!!!

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