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... to wash it all down...I think you get the pattern here. We were picked up by Guidio and Monica to take a quick trip to Livigno for some duty free petrol and shopping. A busy snow town up once again on the border past bormio it was really busy with the Easter skiing crowd. We grabbed a quick caffe and then headed back to Tirano for dinner at Catherine (Katrina called Seena) we had an unusual risotto with ...
... and some spices and then Covered with gravy. Also some chops marinated in the same way and then grilled perhaps served quite rare and very tasty. Usual wine and red wine/fizzy water mix and then caffe with cake for those that could still move. After a quick tidy which I am not allowed to be involved with Claudio took us to look at the church of Mary where the virgin was supposed to have appeared and then a church built in her honour was built over the place. We then headed ...
... 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 ...
... an amazing feat of switchback tunnels etc to allow the train to travel at its maximum slope. On the way down you see the same church 5 or 6 times as you wander back and forth. There was a couple on the train drinking wine and enjoying a quiet wander thru each town and he regaled us with tales of the pass from the last 50 years..rather amusing. Well worth the time and effort to get to this amazing ...
... English to make things a bit easier. A blur of activities followed with a huge meal of the usual three courses of cishul made from buckwheat flour mixed with white flour and Parmesan cheese and the usual tonne of butter. Lovely of course. Served with a green insalate of cos and radicchio dressed with oil and vinegar made a simple yet elegant salad. There was also some sort of quiche and many condiments unknown to me. Served with home made wine which is strong to taste and ...