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... my mum worked for 6 months when she was a little older than me. We went back to their house for a beautiful cooked lunch followed by dessert of cherries and cream! Afterwards Dario and Claudia took us up to our family house in the mountains- the equivalent of a Bach in NZ 'Cansume'. It was just as I remembered it- so beautiful. We walked around for a while and the view is just incredible! Ilaria picked us up in the afternoon and we went ...
Yesterday (Friday 9th Jan) we had another amazing breakfast - this time with Roberto and Ilaria. We spent the day with Ilaria's brother Dario and his wife Anita. While we were waiting outside to be picked up by Dario, we were saw the local baker who drives around beeping his horn and sells breads and pastries from his van. Roberto bought us a custard pastry which was delicious! We were laughing saying that it was Switzerland's equivalent of Mr Whippy. ...
... so we had dogs on the train as well - very interesting. Someone was about to start smoking but no guesses as to who pointed out the "no smoking" sign so he put his smokes away (thank goodness). So another 2.5 hours and we were in Tirano. Checked in and had dinner of beef medallions (200gm steak) and mushrooms before our train ride to St Moritz tomorrow. Walking to dinner came across the most unlikely shop!! ...
... I want to do is fall of on a icy bend
This road also bypasses a number of the wonderful Swiss towns and so I turned off several times to take a trip through some of these beautiful towns and villages. Most are really beautifully kept with wonderful gardens and painted houses. Many also have small permanently running water fountains situated along the streets.
On approach to the town of Tamins I noticed a wonderful Church standing on a small hill and so ...
... wondering at this point how many people can picture this?? Eventually I took his drink to him much to the amusement of other patrons, and 2 ladies from Lucerne engaged me in conversation.
In a nutshell – Ken's grandfather was a Scardigli, his father died so he used his step fathers name – Cranley. The Scardiglis are traced to Tuscany but records there are not good, so many “dead”(sorry) ends....why are ...