Hotel Reine Victoria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... some beautiful sights. The Cathedral was absolutely magnificent- inside as well. We had an amazing lunch at the most gorgeous restaurant! I had a mushroom and red wine risotto and Lee had creamed squash Ravioli- it was divine. Then of course followed by gelato- mixed flavours, so perfect!!! We did some more window-shopping and visited Bocconi University where I have considered doing a study exchange with. It was wonderful to see ...
... 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 ...
... and found a local grocery store! Why is it so fun to check out the grocery store? We explored the wine section, of course, and ended up buying a red bull.... because as you all know from when I worked there, the best Red Bull is manufactured in Switzerland! After a little energy drink pick me up, we went to eat dinner. The restaurant we found for dinner was called Veltlinerkeller. It was this small little Italian ...
Day 277 5 hrs, 9.5 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 33.5 kms No rugged gorges to hike through today, it seems. Just one town after another in this relatively wide, productive valley. And up ahead it looks to be even more modernized. A full size city with... what?!... skyscrapers? In Switzerland?! Nooooo.... Switzerland's not supposed to have skyscrapers! oh well... Actually I am looking forward to reaching my first real Swiss city of this hike. Maybe ...
Day 277 2 hrs, 3 kms Opting for the direct route, I take a rather dreary biking route between the river and the highway. Here there's actually some graffiti as well--some Swiss youth "raging against the machine" of perfection and order. They need more practice though, the graffiti is pretty amateur. Right across the river is yet another town, this one looks really out of place. It's right at the bottom... of a landslide! What the--? A wall ...