since our trip to switzerland was short, we did most of our sight seeing from the trains. honestly, not a bad way to see so much beautiful countryside while staying cozy and warm. the closer we got to st. moritz, the heavier the snow became and we started seeing more people enjoying outdoor snow activities. we really wanted to go tobogganing but didn't have time. i loved seeing the horse drawn sleigh in the field and people cross country skiing like it was no ones business.
^our hotel, which thankfully had a sauna and hot tub that we enjoyed every night.
^cha, cha, cha, chocolate!
^this cracked me up. we were picking out chocolate and i turned around for 2 seconds then to turn back to see this. it's serious business.
we traveled to st. moritz from lauterbrunnen and although it wasn't my ideal quaint town, it was pretty amazing. it reminded me a lot of park city or sun valley. there was most definitely a lot of money in the city and it was fun walking around people watching. everyone was dressed from head to toe in fur and super expensive looking outfits. i'll post pictures of the ski resort but we took those on our phone because duh, i wasn't going to lug around my DSLR. we had THE most amazing skiing of our lives in st. moritz.