Sunday, September 6, 2009

St. Moritz, Switzerland

Traveling to St. Moriz, Switzerland we will find that many contradictions in the small town. There is an old train station, but residents supermodern. City of St. Moritz impressed warm, friendly, welcome and comfortable. From Zurich in the travel by train for 2.5 hours but was not guaranteed, because the train fire was sophisticated technology. During the journey you will not be boring. Because the landscape to meet the fantastic mountains. Clicking sound is always amazed lips as he watched the train which I rode out into the tunnel. Mountain looks - the body rock, hollowed out for the railway line. At other times, trains run on rails that built hung between two mountains of stone. When he reached the top of the mountain, cliff with beautiful scenery and the depth of hundreds of meters. Does not feel the train had entered the St. station. Moritz called the Plaza de la Staziun. Located on the edge of St. Moritzee See, a volcanic lake elevation 1768 m above sea level. This meter Zero St. Moritz. Do not be surprised when in this station. The place looked old and simple, without a touch of high-tech equipment. Different train parked there. Was also seen a station officer who boards the train instructions to manually close the waiting room. Similarly train departures and arrivals are still relying on a whistle. In short, the condition of St. station. Moritz lose much with the station train in the city - big cities like Zurich or Lucerne. Many tourist attractions can be reached only by train. to be able to go there, the journey must begin from the train station St. Moritz. Objects - objects nearby attractions include the eternal snow peaks in Alp Grum, Engadin, Pontresina, Celerina, Samedan and many more that I can not mention here, because I just got this story from my friend, so I never went there I really want to travel there but I do not have money, I was again waiting for a sponsor to finance the new go there I can tell you a lot.

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  5. Interesting musings. I too would love to travel to different lands, but like you, I do not have the financial capital to carry my dreams out. Perhaps one day we will be able to bring our dreams into reality. Thank you for sharing.

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