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Lucerne or St Moritz?

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Here's somewhat of a follow up to my earlier Bern day trips question:
From Bern, we have two options that we're toying with and I'd like to get some feedback on them. We can either go to Lucerne and spend a day/night and take the William Tell train back to Northern Italy, or, we can skip Lucerne and take a trip over to St Moritz to meet up with friends and spend 2 days there and then take the Bernina Express to Tirano then train back to Milan (skipping the motorcoach portion to Lugano). I guess the question becomes, is it worth skipping Lucerne to see St Moritz. I know it's about a 5 hour train trip from Bern to St Moritz which means we lose a day there. Any suggestions?

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