B&B La Patirana
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... so I wanted them to have as much fun as possible. We played lots (and lots) of Super Mario on the Wii, and in the morning we also went to the Coop, where I bought presents for the parents and also bought the kids a packet of tictacs each and a big bottle of iced tea for us to share, as I hadn't seen them drink it at home before and thought it would be a nice treat. We had a nice relaxed day and just chilled out together, which was really nice. Later on many different ...
... with all it's segments is several weeks and hundreds of kilometers long, stretching from Muggio Switzerland... down to Milano... up to Bergamo, up the Seriate valley... then up the Camonica Valley... down the Valtellina Valley... And yet it feels like this hike is just beginning. So much more to explore. But not now. Right now I have other places to go ...
Day 243 1 hr, 3 kms ... And before I know it, I'm in another town (I ask to make sure). No real park here either, so I just take my video clip in front of the church. After this I head back down to the highway. This is the moment of truth: according to Google Maps, this highway becomes a ...
1 hr, 5 kms
I reach Erba in good time, officially connecting Milano and Como in one hike. No slowing down though, I still have a good couple of miles before Lecco my goal to connect all my hikes.
Down in the plains now, I pass a small lake and figure I it's a good chance to take a dip, and look for a clearing in the brush to reach the shore. Turns out to be a ...
... that's definitely the norm: men and women don't sleep in the same room unless they're planning on having sex together. Fortunately these hostels run by European rules, not Egyptian! I kind of feel bad for the employees at the hostels though (who are also Egyptian). Egyptian bosses can be notorious for not paying or underpaying their workers, and I suspect these fellows are being exploited... Anyways, back to my ...