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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a bit of an awkward lunch as they all talked to each other in Italian and we sat there talking to each other or I translated what was being said for her.
That afternoon we took a walk up to the ruins of an old castle in between the two villages, I love all the old castle so this was very enjoyable although the castle was never actually lived in for a decent period of time! Again it was a bit of an exercise as the castle is situated on ...
Day 274 2 hrs, 7.4 kms Day totals: 16 hrs, 27.4 kms After my debacle in San Giagomo is over, the day becomes beautiful. Despite the uphill climb, it doesn't feel tiring, and the path is shady, with the sound of rushing water never far away. As I walk I keep an eye out for a perfect spot and time for my daily swim--too early and I'll just get sweaty again... too late and it'll be too cold to be an enjoyable experience. With the high cliffs it ...
... to see the town a bit more. Then I follow a road which I assume will take me up the gorge, when it takes a turn in the wrong direction, I assume it's just a switchback, and I opt for a shortcut straight up the mountainside. I climb higher... higher... higher... but the road doesn't reappear. I gaze back down into the valley far, far below, dreading the inevitable: I'm going to just have to turn around and go back down again. There are some ...
... tranquil life here in the Alps, but rather on his own country far away. He's angry at the attacks there have been on Christians lately in Egypt, and directs some of his anger at America. "Why does president Obama support the Muslim Brotherhood? They are attacking Christians and trying to destroy us!" It's interesting that just a few days ago I had a conversation with a Turk who ran a doner shop in Firenze and he said the exact opposite: "Why ...
Day 274 1 hr, 1 km With the steep, wooded mountainside to my left and a valley that is quickly narrowing to my right it's only a few hundred meters and I'm in the next town, Messe. I know that the uphill climb is getting close, including my big goal: to cross the Splugenpass from Italy to Switzerland on foot. I know it was just planted here for the warm months, but seeing a banana tree in someone's yard just feels really unappropriate. C'mon folks, this is the ...