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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... has about 2-300 inhabitants is very quaint and remote , the only Restaurant some years ago a famous Fish Speciality Michelin Guide award winner has long since closed its door, and the Building is in the process of being converted into small apartments, Apartment Buildings are going up like Mushrooms everywhere in Switzerland at an astounding rate... and I'm wondering when this is coming to an halt. Enough of my rant here , Switzerland is ...
... army and every man joins the army and serves a week toto months a year so they are always prepared. They keep their equipment at home. Every house has a bomb shelter for protection.Four languages are spoken in Switzerland. Can you guess what they are?French, Italian , German and Ramatsch.The crime rate is very low ...
... magic here isn't necessarily just about Switzerland, it's about the Alps scenery and culture in general.
In fact, the first house I come across isn't a picture perfect chalet, it's a rather run down Swiss redneck sort of place!
It' a pretty quick descent, and I'm back below the treeline, in a dense forest following the river, until I reach the town of Splugen in good time. I'm safe. No danger of freezing to death on a treeless pass at night now. ...
... recreation room, and point to the floor. "You can sleep here" "How much?" "Fifteen Euros" Fifteen Euros seems like a rip off for a space on the floor, but it's the cheapest offer I'm going to get here in Campodolcino, so I take it. Kind of feel like a refugee or something, laying out my sleeping bag while kids are still playing in the rec area... oh well. I really should of gotten a warmer sleeping bag, so I wouldn't have put myself in this ...
... home town, which leads to the question: how do people make a living in a village like this? Unfortunately my memories of this town are more of frustration. Believe it or not, I take, not one, not two, but THREE wrong turns in this tiny town! First I follow markers of a trail across the gorge and up the steep slopes on the far side... before finally realizing that this is another trail taking me back to Chiavenna! No problem... gave me ...