La Lanterna

Address: Via Bernina 88, Chiesa In Valmalenco, Lombardy, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Bernina 88, Chiesa In Valmalenco.
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      Che bella vista!

      A travel blog entry by cdbennett on Jan 11, 2015

      25 photos

      ... up the mountain and after looking at the stunning views- we went into the nearby town and had an amazing lunch! Pizzoccheri is the speciality there so we all had that, after a huge antipasto and followed by fresh green apple sorbet- buonissimo! The walk back was much quicker and that evening we had another beautiful meal and then went to pack. The busy life we're living is incredible- so much to experience. La vita è bella. Bacioni ...

      La Vista Sopra du Mondo!

      A travel blog entry by alicia_king on Jan 10, 2015

      27 photos

      ... place where Mario was visited by Mary. Around this spot, there were photos of people whose family Myers had prayed for them. When we got home we all just relaxed as we were all tired from the big day. For dinner we had a light meal as we were still full from lunch. We had local pasta from Poschiavo with a cherry tomato sauce. For dessert we had stewed apples with cinnamon. After dinner we packed our bags so that we will be ready to leave in the ...

      1695. A Pocket Civilization

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 23, 2013

      23 photos

      Day 276 6 hrs, 9 kms This valley has a number of villages dotting its landscape--including a couple way hight up the slopes. Part of me would like to wander around until I explore every one, but another part of my wants to keep up the pace. The "keep up the pace" part wins over, and I choose the flat trail along the valley floor to the next town of Zillis. Another "perk" of each of these towns is a nice, clean public bathroom in each one, a water fountain, and of course, the map ...

      1694. A Gorge and a Valley

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 23, 2013

      36 photos

      ... painters up on the metal skeleton structure repainting the electricity grid station. Of course. You wouldn't expect the Swiss to build something and not give it meticulous maintenance? Clearly, with all these rushing rivers, Switzerland has no problem being self sufficient a far as electricity goes... And then, the path winds through the forest, then abruptly ends, and the grassy slopes begin, with multiple villages tucked in on ...

      1693. German Swiss Towns

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 22, 2013

      15 photos

      ... are quiet, other than a couple teenagers out and about and a random farmer coming in from his fields. I soak in the charm of the town, check out the hiking map in the middle to plan out my hike to the next town. Then continue on my way. Soon the valley narrows into a thickly wooded gorge. From previous misadventures, I've learned that in wooded areas I'm more likely to have issues with slugs and mosquitos than grassy areas--and ...