Hotel Villaggio San Carlo
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
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We had a crazy busy day today with a trip with Aldo DV up the mountain to above Viano in Switzerland to see Nonno and Bobs old houses. This was a grand trek of switch back roads and scary drops but Aldo took it in his stride and we arrived safe above the snow line to admire sweeping vies of the mountains and valleys and breath taking vistas of far away cabins. Where we were their was one cunningly restored ...
... to be a lovely but surprisingly difficult ride as I thought it was flat but it was actually a gently rising slope. I made it about 10 or so kms before we turned back to make lunch in time and I was rewarded with basically no pedalling all the way home..who knew. Nonno Lucia had prepared her famous polenta negro which proved to be very nice if a bit heavy with two different cheeses stirred in. Served with a pot roasted boned leg of lamb browned with oil and garlic Rosemary ...
... was. Guidio then dropped us off at Pinos for another large meal of risotto and sliced cured meat with mushrooms (bresaola) which seems to be a local delicacy as it is the second time I have had it. Followed by a huge plate of strawberries and the usual cheese and pane..you get the picture. rocco the child of the house is a rather precocious child used to being the centre of attention but still has charm with his good looks. He is the son of Aldo ...
... used to ferry wealthy visitors around. Luisa then dropped us off at diveletsia? Which is a ski field on the way home. They continued home to meet Giulia while we caught the cable car to the top of the mountain to enjoy breath taking views and the cold along with a rather expensive salad and spag bog. We then headed back down the cable car and caught the red train back to Tirano via the same brennan pass. ...
... English to make things a bit easier. A blur of activities followed with a huge meal of the usual three courses of cishul made from buckwheat flour mixed with white flour and Parmesan cheese and the usual tonne of butter. Lovely of course. Served with a green insalate of cos and radicchio dressed with oil and vinegar made a simple yet elegant salad. There was also some sort of quiche and many condiments unknown to me. Served with home made wine which is strong to taste and ...