No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Ai Piee
TripAdvisor Reviews Ai Piee Locarno
Travel Blogs from Locarno
... on the RE 96413 for Switzerland. I new, very small train. The stations flashed up on a screen all the way to La Chaux-de-Fonds. Back on track and all's right with the world. :-) Then the conductor came along and said the train stopped at Monteau. I pointed at the flashing names on the screen and he simply said :It's wrong." :-( It was a delightful little train and traveled at just the right speed to appreciate the views. We caught a bus at Monteau and only ...
... beautiful colors of wool lying out on the stone walks outside, drying. (Had lovely woven/knitted items inside as well as yarn.) Continued for a short distance and slipped down the hill by a beautiful church. Stopped in the small cemetery where live flowering plants decorated every grave. Live flowering plants also decorated the altar in the adjacent church.
Sara had her Sound of Music moment in the meadow in front of the church. ...
... since they live right on the border. I guess that kind of spoils my reasoning that "I must walk across Switzerland to Liechtenstein, because the trains are too expensive". But I've been having so much fun walking, there's no way I can stop now!
They do give me their phone number and invite me to stay at their place when I reach Liechtenstein.
I've only been here a couple of hours and am already being offered a place to stay! A nice welcoming to ...
... frigid lake for my daily ceremonial swim. Finally, a bit further, the gorge opens up a bit, and there are big patches of grass interrupting the endless forest. It's quite refreshing to see... it seems like it's been forever since I last saw open space. On this side, again, abandoned stone houses, but on the other side of the river there's a villages that's still inhabited. This is really starting to feel like the Alps that I read about in ...
... home town, which leads to the question: how do people make a living in a village like this? Unfortunately my memories of this town are more of frustration. Believe it or not, I take, not one, not two, but THREE wrong turns in this tiny town! First I follow markers of a trail across the gorge and up the steep slopes on the far side... before finally realizing that this is another trail taking me back to Chiavenna! No problem... gave me ...