Locanda Dei Mai Intees
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and you will have safe travels back to Milano next time you visit. We had an incredible lunch in a fancy restaurant above an expensive mall which had only designer brands inside. I had squash ravioli for a main and then gelato for dessert! We were then running late after we caught the train back to where we had parked the car which meant that we had to drive to another train station to catch our train to Brusio, ...
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... does not seem to be any urgency to open any of the closed (and most walkable) paths with the big winners the train and ferry operators. Guess what, the only one open is the walking path between Monterosso and Vernazza, also just happens to be the more "challenging" of them all. I am actually doing this blog from heaven (do not mention stairs or steps) as I have had a heart attack in my stupidity as we walked (John) and crawled (me) for the 3 hours it took. ...