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Help with Switzerland trip!

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Hi,My husband and I are planning a trip to Switzerland for about 7 days with our boys aged 6 and 3.We are travelling mid-October,and will be staying in Badragaz with family.
We would be using the train on all 7 days,so is the Swiss Saver pass the best option for us?Also we will be staying in Davos for night,is it possible to use the Saver pass to go on the Glacier Express from Davos to St.Moritz?Also apart from skiing,what is there to see in St.Moritz?Would also like to know if there is a chocolate factory which is near Badragaz?We are also planning a trip to Mt.Titlis,I have read that in October,the glacier park is closed,will there be other activities mid October?Any responses to these questions will be appreciated,thanks in advance.

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