- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... utterly self absorbed, blindly following their leader with no regard for anyone or anything in their path. Exploring done, we both realised we were hungry and we'd noted that the specialty GF shop did “fast food” gluten free. So many choices but Ken settled on a hamburger special that included chips and coke. “The best” hamburger he had ever eaten, relishing every bite, he even finished Bec's for her. Found ourselves a nice sunny spot along ...
... wood-paneled ceilings all painted; Carlotta's bedroom with the bed that looks so small compared to today's beds; ornately decorated baby's crib. There are plaques in each room describing everything; however, the Audio Guide gives you more information--at Magdalene's room, lines of Virgil commerating the death of her son were read.
... have the option of indoor lodging if I can't handle the cold. Finally, there's a mountain lake, and a touristy mountain town on the other side. A lot of upscale looking vacation homes here. Everything's probably going to be pretty pricey--I guess I'd better get used to it... Switzerland will probably be worse. I do notice something peculiar: an American flag, Italian flag and the regional multi-colored striped flag being flown side by side ...
... home town, which leads to the question: how do people make a living in a village like this? Unfortunately my memories of this town are more of frustration. Believe it or not, I take, not one, not two, but THREE wrong turns in this tiny town! First I follow markers of a trail across the gorge and up the steep slopes on the far side... before finally realizing that this is another trail taking me back to Chiavenna! No problem... gave me ...
... the last I will see of agriculture for a while. From now on it will just be rugged mountains. Also from now on food is probably going to get a lot more expensive. So I figure I'll go ahead and eat a Turkish doner before heading up the mountain. The fellow looks Middle Eastern, but I see images of saints on the the walls--so I figure he's probably an Egyptian Copt... I decide to ask him. We get to talking and it's clear that his mind is not ...