Eric Weinberger suggests the following in a December 17, 1995, New York Times story on St. Moritz:
• Hotel Languard, 14 Via Veglia, St. Moritz-Dorf, phone 82/33137, fax 82/34546. Doubles $212 low season, $275 high season.
• Hotel Belvedere, 42 Via del Bagn, St. Moritz-Dorf, phone 82/33905, fax 82/39492. Doubles are $177 low season, $212 high season.
• Hotel Sonne in St. Moritz-Bad, 11 Via Sela, phone 82/30362, fax 82/36090. Doubles $133 in low season, $150 high season.
• Restaurant Radi, Plazza dal Rosatch, St. Moritz-Bad, phone 82/33022. Popular with locals. A la carte dinners for two are about $45 to $55, half a bottle of house wine about $12.
• Central Bistro and Grill, 6 Via del Bagn, St. Moritz-Bad, phone 82/36224.
A Santa Barbara News Press story on Berlin by Everett Potter suggests...
• A visit to the Sony and Daimler-Benz-sponsored Info Box in the former no-mans land between East and West Berlin to see "architectural models, filmed presentations, computer games and an interactive data bank" all relating to the massive building project taking place in the 17 surrounding acres. Info Box, Leipziger Platz 21, phone 30/22 66 240.
• The flea market held Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Berlin's Tiergarten at Strasse des 17 Juni, featuring "some of the best antiques, bric-a-brac and collectibles in the city," including old Leica cameras and 1930s fashion magazines.
• The Kunst and Nostalgiemarkt an der Museuminsel market held Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Am Zeughaus, beside the canal near the Pergamon Museum. This market is adjacent to the indoor Berliner Antik and Flohmarkt, open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily except Tuesdays in Am Bahnhof Friedrichstrasse.
• Use of the Berlin WelcomeCard, good for two days travel on public transport and three days of reduced admissions at museums and major attractions. Cost: 29 DM ($20).