- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... hadn't seen this part of my family for 8.5 years! Their house is amazing too- and the view of the train and the mountains- wow! We had an amazing dinner of parmigiano aubergine made by Ilaria and then tried all sorts of cheeses and looked at photos from when they were last in NZ when I was 11 months old! Such lovely photos. Friday morning after a beautiful breakfast, Dario (my Great Uncle), picked us up and took us back to his house ...
... as this winter has been very mild. The view from the house is incredible! The house is cute and old fashioned with a wood oven and an outdoor fridge. When we got home, we were picked up by Ilaria and taken back to the house where we got ready for dinner. Arianna took us to an amazing pizza restaurant where I had my first beer since I've been on this trip - it was so good to have a break from wine haha. After dinner Arianna took us to a bar and we met ...
... in the town again we looked for a place for dinner. All very expensive in St Moritz so we found a pub which was reasonable and had a nice dinner before walking home admiring the pretty street lights. Heading for Zermatt tomorrow with another scenic train ride - bit hard to take really. Hope it is not too hot in Perth!! Just checked -4 here at the moment. Funny thing is it is cold but not ...
... so we had dogs on the train as well - very interesting. Someone was about to start smoking but no guesses as to who pointed out the "no smoking" sign so he put his smokes away (thank goodness). So another 2.5 hours and we were in Tirano. Checked in and had dinner of beef medallions (200gm steak) and mushrooms before our train ride to St Moritz tomorrow. Walking to dinner came across the most unlikely shop!! ...
... drove north east down the
valley towards Galtur. Campsites appear to be few and far between in Tyrol but,
by luck, we found a place on or near Kops-Stausee, high in the mountains. This
was actually an ACSI place, but not listed in our book. Apparently it is in a
Dutch publication called “Klein + Fign Kaperen” – see www.eurocampings.eu – which focuses on
sites with less than 50 places.
Monday 25 August ...