Hotel Baita Cusini
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- Free parking
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... is used in summer for holidays but it is ver isolated as with the lack of flat ground I would hate to take children up there. We returned for Margharita to pick us up for a trip to Grosio for lunch with her very nice parents and brother Fabio. Another culinary treat followed with bruchetta and sliced meats and salads as well as lots of grilled zucchini and eggplant, various condiments and plenty of ...
... and some spices and then Covered with gravy. Also some chops marinated in the same way and then grilled perhaps served quite rare and very tasty. Usual wine and red wine/fizzy water mix and then caffe with cake for those that could still move. After a quick tidy which I am not allowed to be involved with Claudio took us to look at the church of Mary where the virgin was supposed to have appeared and then a church built in her honour was built over the place. We then headed ...
We spent a fair bit of time this morning sorting out family members with Pidri. I have ended up downloading an app for a family tree and started filling it in instead of writing the diary so am ending up writing up later and failing in my recall a bit. We were picked up by Guidio Della Vedova son of Elisa Della Vedova and sister of Ben. He proved to be a cheerful busy man who is doing up his family home and he welcomed us into his home to meet his ...
... an amazing feat of switchback tunnels etc to allow the train to travel at its maximum slope. On the way down you see the same church 5 or 6 times as you wander back and forth. There was a couple on the train drinking wine and enjoying a quiet wander thru each town and he regaled us with tales of the pass from the last 50 years..rather amusing. Well worth the time and effort to get to this amazing ...
... here. We were met in Tirano at the station by Laura (lowera with a slight roll of the r) and Luisa who Kane nearly ate out of house and home when he was here last. She is a lovely lady, full of good cheer, but doesn't understand much of our English but we made do with Laura and joes pigeon Italian dialect to get by. Luisa took us home to meet Nonnos nephews and therefore Joes cousins pietro (pidri) 83 and his wife nonna Lucia and guiseppi (Pino) 77 whose wife Anna was called ...