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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... obviously dotes on him as well. Everyone has these 3 or 4 storey houses with a cellar below ground for wine and salami storage and then an apartment on each floor to provide some privacy. Pinos wife passed away a few years ago and he is on the lower floor. He has an injury that effects the use of his left side so limited use of his arm and a limp. Aldo Gloria and their two children are upstairs. Luisa and Laura came to pick us up and dropped us off home ...
... 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. ...
... cross-country and downhill, and as an experienced downhill skier I have to say that the Telemark boots were a lot more comfortable than downhill boots and the lack of a heel attachment meant that there was so much more technique needed. Book a ski instructor if you want to get down the slope safely!
Overall, I think Livigno is a fantastic place to ski and the Italians are very hospitable and full of fun, as expected.