Grand Hotel Miramonti
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... opulence now). Food fantastic as they prepared a late lunch on our arrival Saturday.
Sunday saw us leave Trento following city exploration and head west to Valle Felicita/Monte Grappa - again - as base for Venice. Passing Lago Calazzona which was picturesque we travelled through myriad of tunnels again to arrive in our favourite little town for another 2 nights stay with Sebastiano and ...
... pretty much turns to liquid (like a cheese sauce), you pour it into your plate and dip all your food into it! While you're eating that- on goes your next piece of cheese to melt. It was super delicious! We had a lovely night together and Thursday morning we were up early to pack. After we'd had breakfast and packed everything- Anita and Michel drove us to Milano (Italy), for the day! We took several metros and trains around the city ...
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. ...
... all the wayo and were offered refreshments (1 only Russello). It was very comfortablo with a tablo in between all four of us facing each other (photo) We then caught the cattle class train from Milan to Tirano. That was a different experience with our legs touching each other and no table in between us. Everyone takes their dogs with them over here wherever they go whether it be to a restaurant or on ...
... but to have been able to build a railway through these mountains is in my opinion a miracle.
Both road and rail twist and turn the whole way up. Both must have crossed each other at least 12 times. The railway is full of spiral viaducts and twisty tunnels etc. The road of course is even more twisty and near the summit is a concrete layer hung onto the edge of a massive cliff. As the road climbs ever higher snow and ice start to appear at the edge of the road and so ...