Travel Blogs from Spoltore
Woken up by loads of loud trains interspersed with insistent chirruping of budgie..... Went shopping in morning to aldi look alike except it didn't have the chocolate... Went for a swim. Had a forced siesta when we got locked in site from 2-4. Amazing not a tweet of a budgie, or a marital squabble is allowed to interrupt siesta. Certainly ...
Arrived in all singing all dancing Italian campsite next to beach. Packed in like sardines. Hole in ground toilet. Swimming pool, shop, restaurant. Tokens for showers. Electric that shuts itself off. Loads of kids, arguing couples. Beach ok if any Italian beach can be ok in summer. Too hot to cycle into ...
... It was not until we arrived a tight bend and the wheels started spinning that I realised that I was not going any farther! As much as I tried I was not going to get around this bend, which left me no alternative but to reverse all the way back down the last three hundred yards of lane with a foot or so either side. This I accomplished with a lot of sweat ...
... and totally surreal we were hitting this town for the grand fondo of grand fondos (Google). Steve and all his Lycra cad "friends" were gathering in droves to take part in The Maratona dles Dolomites a beautiful gran fondo on a testing course in the Dolomites mountain range. It was like Steve has died and gone to heaven and taken us with him. I have never so many people with amazing bikes and dressed in Lycra. So we had a ...
... present during the Angulus, with the response from the faithful.
The city, on a high hill no less, is surrounded by imposing walls, with the usual narrow gates controlling entry into the city. Having missed our one opportunity to park close to the city centre (all one way streets), ended up parking close to the cemetry, a reasonable distance from Porta S. Giacomo. The walk to and from the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking