Hotel Sasso Boretto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a single scratch on the bus and the driver did appear to be very confident. One hand on the steering wheel most of the way told us that he was in total control.
The bus trip took longer than the train trip from Milan to Lake Como, but we did arrive safely. It was but only a short walk to our hotel.
As we enjoyed a quick late night meal at a nearby restaurant, we were confident that we would enjoy Bellagio, based on our first impressions of the ...
... to find a spot to sit that is sheltered and yet lets us enjoy the view. We do get a great seat but the family sitting at the next table are totally obnoxious with a young child that they are totally over stimulating and her singing and shrieking are driving us mad. We finally have to move to a different level on the boat to escape her, this is really not helping Susan feel any better.
Finally we are home and Susan ...
... Up ahead there is a mountain albergo which I figure I should check out. Last night was a bit chilly camping outside, and tonight I'm going to be at a much higher altitude. The albergo is, as expected, out of my price range--but tempting... Then the trail climbs... up... up... up zigzagging through the forest. Daylight will fade soon, so I pick up the pace, hoping ot make it to Campodolcino before nightfall, where hopefully I can find ...
Day 274 6 hrs, 13 kms According to Google Maps, it's not possible to create a walking map up across Splugenpass. I'm hoping that that's only because when Google Maps comes across a tunnel, they automatically assume that pedestrians aren't allowed through it. Hoping... But doing a little research I found that there's supposed to be a hiking trail up towards the pass. That would be perfect... if I can find it! I follow a rather pedestrian ...
... winding pedestrian streets full of people, pausing to treat myself to a delicious pastry. It feels like I've reached the final frontier trading post before launching out into the wild. My favorite spot is the rushing river cutting right through the middle of town, with houses perched atop the giant boulders along its banks, with a statue of a saint giving his blessing to those who pass. I try to figure out the best way to take my video clip ...