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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... The Grand Saint-Bernard tunnel is almost 6kms long (!!!) and is nearly 2,000m above sea level! .......I actually feel a sense of relief when we finally come out of the tunnel. Unfortunately we had the first real rain we’ve had on this trip which created very foggy and misty conditions so once we exited the tunnel we couldn’t really see much of what would have been some great views.
The roads in Italy are amazing and I doubt there is a ...
... tray, which was on a stand about 35 centimetres high. The waiter came along from time to time to serve us a slice, otherwise we'd have had to stand up to reach it! After we'd eaten that, he brought along two glasses of limoncello, a local liqueur, as a gift. As we were leaving I told him it was our last day here, and thanked him for the great food and service, and he quietly said,"Go on Tripadvisor and give us a rating. My name is Matteo", so ...
... who obviously didn't come to walk the trails. Home on the train with hundreds of other tired but happy walkers. There were so many waiting to catch our train that Wok and I contemplated having our walking poles ready to poke people out of the way so we'd beat them on, but on reflection we thought that mightn't be a very Christian thing to do. Thankfully we did get a seat without any violence. We had a Swiss couple for company part of ...
... hills, but the Park authorities make every effort to keep them away from the trails. There was no doubt in our minds that there had been a flaw in their plans, but we didn't encounter any, though a cat scuttling across the path gave Wok a momentary thrill. We'd been walking for over an hour, and we had been able to see the ocean for a while. We realised we hadn't seen any ferries, so sadly we made the decision to come back. We agreed we didn't think walking there and ...
... be weighed I didn't get a sticker for it. The checkout lady wasn't too impressed, as she had to go and get it. I said "Scusi" lots of times, and tried to look suitably contrite, but it was late in the day, and she was probably tired, so all my efforts seemed futile. I nearly bought decaffeinated tea bags, which would have been a disaster, but fortunately I noticed an extra word on the packet, and when I checked with a lady nearby, my suspicion was ...