Hotel Baita Fiorita Di Deborah Compagnoni
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... in all its architectural splendor by the same family for 24 generations. From there we rode back to Guarda, climbing scenic switchbacks to the parking area outside the medieval village, which is closed to traffic. We enjoyed lunch under a warm, sunny sky on the patio of the Hotel Meisser, savoring the stunning view of the valley below and Alps beyond. On our return ride, we stopped to visit Zuoz, another pristine village. All in all, it was a pleasant, ...
... rental agents to return from their lunch break. We arrived at our guest house overlooking the charming town of Pontresina, six kilometers away, just as the clouds started to break. We took it as a nice omen and settled in for another week of adventures.
More cloudy, threatening skies motivated us to take Sunday to explore the neighborhood. A walk around town found all the stores in Pontresina closed, except for a nearby café and ...
... this begins at Bormio.
We begin to climb....all ok..then come to a sign advising 'narrow rd'...they weren't jokingly! It was 1 vehicle width & had flimsy barrier on one side, more to advise you where the road ended I believed, as it was not going to stop you tumbling down the sheer drop.
oh yes, 'sheer drop'. This quickly became very apparent when the barrier completely disappeared!! Aah! I glanced down once, ...
... to the Bormio and walk to the old part of town with its narrow cobbled lanes and marvel at the history of this place shadowed by the huge mountains that tower above, this is a beautiful and special place.
We settle in a small Ristorante for some lunch and a cool beer, as it is hot in the valley again, enjoyed, we stroll back to the hotel to watch some TDF, buy a Stelvio ...
Posted by Andrew Sadowski
met the Queen, today we met the Beautiful Princess.
was keen for an easy ride today of only 42 kilometres up to the Cancona Lake.
A climb of
8klm and an average gradient of 6.9%. They call this ride the mini Stelvio.
climbing about 6klm in.