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... Legs and bum seem to have less fat on them. Back is still a problem. Can be helped by having the lap belt of the rucksack very tight so that all the weight of the bag is taken on my hip bones rather than shoulders. But the movement of walking causes the belt to work loose and so constantly needs fiddled with. Speaking of hip bones I seem to have some now. They probably used to be in there somewhere but I think 5 weeks of a very tight wide belt has caused some ...
... Apparently the Italians feel its rude to give it to you in case you feel like you're being hurried out; you're paying for sitting and relaxing in that spot as well as the food! Now it all makes sense! This town and this lake look much busier and more populated than little Lake Orta. Happy with our decision. Friday, rest day. We are relieved to have the time and not be rushing every day. Jane had said their schedule would be something like - up at 6.15, luggage out ...
Saturday Lunch at Imperia and a quick tour of the market that's happening around the main square. Lunch was a platter of delicious cheeses, cold cuts and some type of bacon, overlooking the marina with massive luxury boats. A few beggars make their way through the dining area asking for money. We bought fresh berries at the market for dessert in our apartment at Peille, and sent another email to Dennis revising our ETA this time 'round. We hope he has a ...
... we crossed the little wooden planked bridge and started the steady climb up through the pine trees. The signposts had given a time of 2:55 for Spielboden and 3:50 for the top of the Langfluh, but we have found the times to be fairly generous, so we thought, weather permitting, we would try for the top....maybe!
It was a lovely walk up to Spielboden - the cable car station was well in sight when we heard a couple of shrill screeches. It ...
... Susan had snuggled up with some giant wine bottles on the doorstep and met the owner/manager Mathilde, who introduced us to the joys of Prosecco, my new favorite drink. Leaving the bar with bottles under our arms we decide to head back for dinner. We now have cloudy skies which threaten to rain so we head out and Mathilde is happy to see us and fits us into a cozy corner. Our menu, Osso Buco for me, Oxtail for Susan.
Tomorrow Lago Maggiore Express!
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