Residence Chalet La Piana

Address: Localita Prestinone di Craveggia, Santa Maria Maggiore, Piedmont, 28852, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Localita Prestinone di Craveggia, Santa Maria Maggiore.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Santa Maria Maggiore

Brig to Occussio

A travel blog entry by anne.l.lewis60 on Aug 09, 2015

3 comments, 7 photos

... 5km tunnel and emerged at Lake Maggoori before entering Italy a second and last time. We stopped for a late lunch at Ill Crotto del Lago on Lake Lugano for lunch. A real find! We then carried on to Occussio finally locating our quaint third floor cottage with a beautiful view of Lake Como from our balcony. We got hot and sweaty doing reconnaissance and donned our bathers for the first time on this trip and cooled of in the lake.......glorious respite from the ...

Last day in Switzerland.

A travel blog entry by blach on Aug 03, 2015

1 photo

... that it was a good decision. The Alps were passed with ease as were tunnelled all the way. However the slip road was closed which meant a 4mile traffic jam although the closure was due to roadworks and therefore would be an awful lot worse during daylight hours. So Germany here we ...

Lido Locarno

A travel blog entry by blach on Aug 02, 2015

2 comments, 4 photos

So we woke up and walked across the road to the lido. Unsure wether to take lunch and inflatables it soon became apparent that everyone had massive cool boxes, chairs and inflatables. After paying 45CHF (about£30) for the day, Michael, Harvey and Jake went back to the van for supplies. The lido is located on the edge of the lake so incorporating ...

Back to camping and a stunning mountain pass

A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Aug 19, 2014

11 photos

... less flavored and not particularly outstanding, though Andy liked one and I liked a younger cows cheese. So another two wedges of cheese are added to the lunch box esky, along with a mountain rose jelly (that tastes a little like Turkish delight) we were told is a delicacy of the area. Only those with a special licence may pick the wild mountain roses to use. Andy couldn't resist, and now we also have a jar of this to consume! We continued on our way, Andy ...

Day 8 - The Grimselpass

A travel blog entry by scrivtravel on Oct 02, 2013

22 photos

... so my animated rush up the ridge with all my gear was unnecessarily sweat inducing, but a slight paranoia had began to settle in about being caught. It was my first time wild camping in Switzerland after all.

Utilizing every single one of my tent pegs for the first time ever I settled in for a cold night at 2500m above sea level, setting an alarm for 6am to pack up before daylight.