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... town and took a short hike on one of the many trails to maintain our hiking skills. On 9/10 we hiked from Saas-Fee down to Saas-Grund on the Trail of the Chapels, a timeworn pilgrimage route. Strung along the path like beads on a rosary are 15 shrines with wooden statues depicting the life of Christ. Again, a beautiful sunny day with fantastic scenery. We cheated and took the bus back to ...
This morning we all had a big sleep in until 8am (shock & awe)!! It was about 10am when we drove out over the eastern hills to Stresa, on the western edge of Lake Maggiore. Again we boldly followed our car's satnav (who I call Doris because of her accent) but this time she led to the centre of town through a walled lane that gave us 1-2 cm clearance either side of the car. At least this time we were going in the correct direction on the ...
... has added many spectacular features. Unfortunately photos were banned inside the church. After lunch in our quirky apartment we set off exploring the peninsula on foot. Lots of classy art shops, and every type of gelati you could name. Beyond the shops to the north we walked above the rocky shoreline past million Euro houses. Then at the end ...
... but I didn't see any which made me feel better about swimming inside the river.
Eventually we had to climb out of the boat again for safety reasons and got to slide down a natural slide that had formed into the boulder. You sat on your bottom, crossed one leg on top, crossed your arms, leant back and you slid into the water. SPLASH!
Davide went first but had to get back into the boat while in the water. He did it with difficulty as he swam against ...
... in the hills. Apart from the natural beauty here we are constantly astounded at the history of the region and wonder at the stories that each of these old stone shrines, chapels, churches and other buildings could tell. Our three hour walk turned into four hours as we took a wrong turn at one point and had to retrace our steps, so by the time we reached Stresa on a bright, warm, sunny afternoon, we were ready for a beer and a late lunch at a ...