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... my eyes peeled for a good coffee shop. I passed quite a few but then in
the town of ????? I passed one and somehow decided that is the one I'm going to
and so I made a U-turn and went back.
I got a nice welcome from a kind lady. I tried to explain I wanted a large
coffee and not the tiny little espresso that they normally deliver. The kind
lady kept asking me questions like if I wanted milk or strong coffee and i
tried to reply using hand signs ...
... most milk was honored by wearing the largest bell. After the cow parade we had lunch at the town fire house which was set up to provide food for those who had come to the festival. After lunch we took a bus, train and another bus to Sent which turned out to be a larger and prettier town than we expected. It is near both Austria and Italy and ...
... of Switzerland, Austria and Italy come together. The hike was shorter than originally planned, but after yesterday we were grateful for the nice weather and less strenuous walking. Vna where we spent the night is a small village of 60 residents. We haven't said much about the food and lodging in these blogs but we have been blessed with excellent food and the hotels have all been small, homey places with friendly management and comfortable ...
... had a lot of sgraffito. The hike was fairly flat until until we we reached the base of the hill on which Guarda sat and then it was about 100 miles up the hill! On 9/23 we awoke to snow! We decide to forego the hike to Ardez and went there by train after walking around snow-covered Guarda. We spent a relaxing afternoon in Ardez which is a small village full of masterfully painted ...
... viewing spot (3,108m). Along the road are any points of interest including waterfalls, gorges, flora and fauna. We didn't take the gondola, instead hiked through rocky terrain as far as we could (to keep safe and because the afternoon was quickly passing). After a rest at the top, some snow ball fights and a few minutes to enjoy the 360deg views, we headed ...