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Need Help Getting out of St Morritz or Tirano after Glacier Express!

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Now I'm remembering why we haven't taken the Glacier or Bernina Express before. The end is a puzzlement. We just can't figure it out... Want to go on to Italy.. and car rental out of S.M. is triple the price... but no real trains either. No car rentals at all our of Tirano. (?? can this be??)

We are flexible, can either go on to below Milan or go on more east to the Verona area. Then will rent a car for Italy.

Any suggestions?? It looks to me like it's just easier to take the express back the same way?? I see mentions of a train from Tirano to Verenna... but can't seem to find it.
I'm just at the point of giving up on the express altogether. One would think that there would be huge options for such a tourist-ending spot. Any ideas? (we are truly flexible, but the less time and $$ the better.) thanks, kawh

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