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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the village where my grandmother and her family are from. It's beautiful! I haven't been here for 8.5 years, but it's pretty much all as I remember it :) Dario and his wife Claudia don't speak any English and we spent the whole day with them so I got to practice a lot of Italian and do a lot of translating for Lee! Dario took us for a tour of Poschiavo when we arrived and showed us everything- including an inside look to the ...
... 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 ...
... to take the rail car or gondola up the mountain to Piz Nair which is 3057 metres above sea level. We made the climb in 3 stages of rail cars, again with spectacular views as seen in the photos. When we got to 3057 it was very cold and came in colder as time went on. We had fun taking photos then decided to warm up with a coffee for staggs and wine for edgecombes before heading back. Once we ...
... happens and where it takes you.
I started looking for hotel signs. Followed a few signs but didn't find anything. I was driving through a valley with lush hills on both sides and streams flowing along the road. Just after Spinedi-Ca' San Giorgio I saw a hotel and restaurant on the side of the road, with parking. Perfect!
Friendly staff that spoke enough English, good price. Wifi and a good restaurant. What a day!
... mountains up ahead. I stopped somewhere on the way up to the summit, below the clouds and it was a brilliant view. As I continued I headed into the clouds and it started to get really cold and wet. My fingers were cold, and I used a trick I learned in Norway. Whenever you can, put your hands on the engine block and get some warmth into the fingers, especially the clutch fingers.
I didn't stop at ...