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... in a restaurant on the path which was great. Getting into Trento was a bit tricky but we arrived at our very average hotel and then went to explore the town. Up the cable car for amazing views and then it rained for about two hours and we did get wet but not cold. Tea at a recommend restaurant was really good, the wine ...
19 September 2014 - Last Day in Spello!
This morning was spent in our room mainly – packing and getting ourselves organized. Then we decided to stay local and just do all the bits and pieces we said we still wanted to do in Spello. So we had coffee in the cafe which has an amazing garden and view; then we looked at all the shops and went back to the church to have a final look at the Pinterucchio paintings in the chapel, which are as outstanding as we have seen. We next ...
... we went higher and higher on the worlds slowest express train. The steep, slow, winding track affords so many vistas that we were running from side to side of the train, gasping at every turn and bend. Luckily our carriage was nearly empty so we and a few others could do this.
We were lucky enough to see most of the glacier, but turn your back and it's enveloped in cloud again. Over the actual Bernina pass ( ...
... You could tell they weren't deer because they were too dark in color and had curly horns. We walked over 6 miles today, and it felt good. We both had a great workout.
We are now in Italy in a huge ski resort area. Once again, it's off-season so there are very few people in our hotel.
The dinner menu looks interesting and we aren't leaving the hotel. It rained on us really *******ce we got to ...
... working and as there were quite numerous and lengthy tunnels, the guard found it necessary to come and sit next to me and put his torch on in the tunnels...you guessed it, Ken can't be trusted in the dark.
We arrived at a town called Tirano, exited the Italian train station and turned left into the Swiss one! Oh my, what a difference a few meters make. It was clean, graffiti free, neat, tidy, organised, and everything was ...