Minotel Olivone & Posta
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... I last used it - the cafe back up the Adda valley.
It's not easy backtracking a 'winding route' chosen randomly by the satnav. There's no point in reversing the instruction because the device will probably choose an entirely different set of winding roads.
Between us we manage it, checking for landmarks glimpsed from the other direction in completely unfamiliar territory. Mick remembers this ...
... no facilities. The hostel is 35Fr (AUD$34) per night for a dorm room with breakfast included and evening meal at extra cost. I would usually opt for a single room as I am long past sharing but none were available. I did manage to get a lower bunk though, as I am still unable to climb ladders.
When I crossed the last pass into Andermatt, I was so very glad I had chosen not to camp. It was drizzling with rain and covered in fog.
... could go for a walk in Ascona together), and then, in the afternoon, we made the most amazing discovery…..
….Ronco has a public swimming pool! It is very typically Swiss: no signs advising of it – if you don't know about it, you don’t need to know about it, no fence around it, and the water coming straight from the mountains (no filter system), warmed over a slab of granite that was a wine press in a former life. It is ...
... east to take the Oberarl pass, or go south to take the Passo di Lucamagno and therefore go to the Italian part of Switzerland.
Our planning was to go south, so we rode downhill for 2 km before charging up the hill - slowly but steadily. Speed has no meaning when bicycle riding for a week across the Alps. If the price for getting there by muscle power means reducing speed - than you have to do ...
It was our day to visit the very famous Mt.Titlis...we kick started our day with a sumptuous breakfast in the restaurant of our hotel at around 9:00 in the morning... there were quite a few traditional swiss items on the go but being vegetarians we settled down for the ubiquitous croissant,freshly baked bread,cereal and freshly squeezed orange juice(which we ...