Locanda Milano 1873
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- Free parking
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... with the next family members. When we got to Tirano we were picked up by Arianna, the daughter of the couple we are staying with who lives in the same building as her. For dinner we had amazing aubergine parmigiano! For dessert we had 15 year old local cheese pared with local wine and dates. I also tried persimmon for the first time. Looking forward to experiencing Poschiavo tomorrow - the town where Char's family is ...
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... have been hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of steps up, most of which were twice the height of a normal step. Also we did it CARRYING OUR PACKS on the warmest day that we have had thus far. Bloody funny now but not at the time. 3 hours of torture, my pack started with about 13 kgs and ended with about 11 kgs and let me tell you one decides what one needs to carry and what is excess baggage half way up!! Firstly carrying spare shoes - of no use so out they ...