Albergo La Soldanella

Address: Via De Giacomi, 1, Madesimo, Lombardy, 23024, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via De Giacomi, 1, Madesimo.
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      1692. Wecome to Switzerland

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 22, 2013

      35 photos

      ... 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 ...

      1691. A Magical Journey

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 22, 2013

      95 photos

      ... slopes... the famous clanging of cowbells as these portly ladies stroll up and down the slopes. And... what is that? Yep! a fellow is swinging a scythe, harvesting grass for the winter on the steep slope, old school style! Yes... these people and there culture will survive, even if the rest of the world falls apart. This region is, as I had hoped to find, an authentic Shangri-La. I continue along the hillside, cutting through people's gardens and fields, with the ...

      1690. High up the Valley

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 21, 2013

      22 photos

      ... 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 ...

      1689. Many Wrong Turns

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 21, 2013

      40 photos

      ... to see the town a bit more. Then I follow a road which I assume will take me up the gorge, when it takes a turn in the wrong direction, I assume it's just a switchback, and I opt for a shortcut straight up the mountainside. I climb higher... higher... higher... but the road doesn't reappear. I gaze back down into the valley far, far below, dreading the inevitable: I'm going to just have to turn around and go back down again. There are some ...

      1688. Gateway to the Upper Alps

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 21, 2013

      30 photos

      ... tranquil life here in the Alps, but rather on his own country far away. He's angry at the attacks there have been on Christians lately in Egypt, and directs some of his anger at America. "Why does president Obama support the Muslim Brotherhood? They are attacking Christians and trying to destroy us!" It's interesting that just a few days ago I had a conversation with a Turk who ran a doner shop in Firenze and he said the exact opposite: "Why ...