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... all the way up here and all I want was a river or something to dive into.
It’s now almost 4pm and I knew I had to start thinking of finding somewhere to sleep for the night. I arrived into the historic town of Edolo but decided to head further simply to see what it was like over the passes up ahead. However just as I left Edolo there was a sign saying "passes closed due to snow" and so I turned back and went on the hunt for somewhere to stay for ...
... 10seconds and the correct hand as well. We did see this person later on with one glove....oops. He didn,t fess up and I kept walking. So nicks glove is down the slopes somewhere. We saw the Swiss ski team juniors for 2017 finishing their training. Picked up train again to alp grim, then onto night at poschiavo. Small Swiss town everyone said hello in their language which seems a mix of Swiss,Italian,French,German .so heading off today to Milan for 2nights then we think to lake ...
... of tractors bearing bee hives, twisted iron tools to churn the soil, barrels of flour which were scattered to the wind and rubicund milkmaids then donkeys piloted the procession of the honoured beasts of burden including men yoked by ponderous bells, goats and cows with fanning firry headgear (which really reminded my mistress of a painting called Haymaking by Paul Gauguin which is in the Courtauld Gallery ...
After a pleasant sleep and hearing the rain stop early in the night we ambled out of our tent to blue skies! Rhys now in an instant good mood we packed up camp, leaving the tent till last as it was still very wet. To waste time we walked across the road to the ideally located supermarket to get breakfast and lunch. After breakfast I attempted to pay for our camping however when I knocked on the reception's door and gently opened it the ...
... in a lot more light, hence the reflection in a lot of our pictures.
About 4 hours into the trip, we had planned to stop in a sleepy little village called Poschiavo. It was AMAZING. Although most things were closed because it was a Sunday, we were still able to find a nice little restaurant for lunch. Our waiter asked “what language should I speak?”. Although Poschiavo is in Switzerland, it is dominated by Italians, and therefore ...
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking