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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Santa Caterina Valfurva
... of racing from the Rally of Italy in the 90's. Erin really did well with the amount of language she has picked up while in Europe. The house had a visitors wing with 2 bedrooms, bathroom and sitting area. It was lovely to be able to spread out a bit.
Monday 31 August
We were ready for an early start. With the forecast for another fine day Erin planned a hike up to Pass de Canfinal, the top of the valley she is studying for her thesis. ...
A morning shower (cos we could!) and straight back to the police station in Sondrio to sort out Lis' working holiday visa. It took a while, but she got it! Great success! We headed back towards Bormio and stopped at Tirano. After a quick lunch we went for a cruise on the bikes. It's warm today! We rode past many apple orchards (we may have taken a couple; for quality control purposes, of course!), vineyards, fig and nectarine trees, and up some very steep roads! ...
... of people out hiking and cycling (mainly mtb) enjoying the sunshine. We stopped at the supermarket to grab some food for dinner, enjoyed a shower (2 days in a row!!!), did some washing and had dinner. After dinner we cruised a couple of km down the road to a cute little town amongst the ...
... cars, motorcycles, bicycles and people everywhere. The coffee shops were doing a roaring trade. Whilst at the summit, which is at 2980m we decided to take a ride up the two cable cars on to the glacier for a look where people were doing some summer skiing. The drive back down was almost as hairy as the way up, though the traffic was much lighter now. We got the Bambina back in one piece after a most enjoyable drive. Another tick off the bucket list for JK.
We drove to Sondrio (1hr) to go to the special police station to sort out Lis' working visa. They were very helpful but we need to go back again on Thursday. By the time we got back to Bormio the rain had cleared and the sun was shining! We found a camp ground in Valdidentro (10km from Bormio) as we desperately needed a ...