Hotel Baita Cusini
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... up the mountain and after looking at the stunning views- we went into the nearby town and had an amazing lunch! Pizzoccheri is the speciality there so we all had that, after a huge antipasto and followed by fresh green apple sorbet- buonissimo! The walk back was much quicker and that evening we had another beautiful meal and then went to pack. The busy life we're living is incredible- so much to experience. La vita è bella. Bacioni ...
... church and during summer at mass, you could smell the rotting flesh of the bodies. The town then decided to dig up the bodies, keep the skulls and cremate the bodies to get rid of the smell! We then walked back to Dario and Claudia's house where Claudia had cooked us a massive lunch! We had homemade chicken cordon bleu with potatoes, carrots and onions. After Dario had his afternoon nap, we drove up to the family mountain house. There wasn't much snow ...
... a sight that would be.. Next, the horse carriage ride thru the village and then the forest... It started to snow...just a few flakes .. But I can say it snowed on Christmas Day... My dream come true !! At the top, we got off the carriage for a hot chocolate and cake at the inn, then boarded again and enjoyed the carriage ride down the mountain again... All up, we were away for almost 3 hrs. Merry Christmas by the way !!! Will be hard to top next year ...
... fun anyway. Rang the kids for Xmas morning back home...was good to talk to family on Xmas...missed seeing Blair & Isabella opening their presents. Mark Like most towns we have visited, I liked Lucerne. One thing Mark did forget to mention is that we also visited the lion monument... Carved into rock face..impressive. I really enjoy just walking around the older parts of the towns.. all the old buildings, some with paintings on the outer walls.. Took ...
... to take the rail car or gondola up the mountain to Piz Nair which is 3057 metres above sea level. We made the climb in 3 stages of rail cars, again with spectacular views as seen in the photos. When we got to 3057 it was very cold and came in colder as time went on. We had fun taking photos then decided to warm up with a coffee for staggs and wine for edgecombes before heading back. Once we ...