Hotel Albergo Meuble Stelvio
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Albergo Meuble Stelvio Tirano
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... that I actually quite enjoyed followed by some roasted beef ribs if think and a large selection of the usual meats and well as some sausages that had been boiled including Joes codaging and a kind of blood sausage that were both nice...We rolled into bed full to bursting after an interesting genealogical conversation that took us to after midnight...this family stuff is taking its toll of our sleep. ...
... and a walk up to a very old couple of castles ruled by viscount of the area. It proved to be build over even older for timings dating back to pre Christ they believe. A wonderful site and the view was pretty spectacular as usual. Followed by a calm and pleasant walk thru Grosio (not Joe the slacker) then a nice easy meal at Luisa's with much laughter wine and talk. Claudio dropped us off for a well earn treat after finishing typing up the last three days...starting to flag now ...
... was. Guidio then dropped us off at Pinos for another large meal of risotto and sliced cured meat with mushrooms (bresaola) which seems to be a local delicacy as it is the second time I have had it. Followed by a huge plate of strawberries and the usual cheese and pane..you get the picture. rocco the child of the house is a rather precocious child used to being the centre of attention but still has charm with his good looks. He is the son of Aldo ...
... then continued on home for a dinner of more pissocori? much to Joes delight. After dinner we were surprised by a visit by Joe's cousin Claudio Del Simone who is the son of Ausilia's brother Dominico with his wife Daniella. They were accompanied by Katrina who is a sister of Pidri and Pino and also a 1st cousin for Joe. There is another sister Maria who is in barufini and a brother Benedetto (bici) in ...
... English to make things a bit easier. A blur of activities followed with a huge meal of the usual three courses of cishul made from buckwheat flour mixed with white flour and Parmesan cheese and the usual tonne of butter. Lovely of course. Served with a green insalate of cos and radicchio dressed with oil and vinegar made a simple yet elegant salad. There was also some sort of quiche and many condiments unknown to me. Served with home made wine which is strong to taste and ...