Corte dei Toldi
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... of time and settled in for our 2 x 1 and 1/2 hr train trips. Two things that have amazed us here are 1. The number of vineyards and grapes - they are everywhere! Soooooo many grapes, no wonder local wine is cheap here. 2. The number of castles - if there is a flat or even a small ridge or shelf up high there is a castle on it!! Our Tyrolian adventure is over as we have now travelled from North to South ...
... that we had a glimpse of our Castel-home. We wandered around the streets as the shops opened up, had a coffee, and looked at few little shops in the old area. There was a storm predicted today and we could see some clouds but it did not look close yet. We decided to find the walking path up to the Castello. It was steep - very steep!! Sue was glad that she had been training on the Springwood steps. This made us realise how well placed these castles really are. Dinner was ...
After washing everything late the night before due to getting in late. We packed our nearly dry washing into our bags. We didn't have much food for breakfast as Rae and Shane had not shopped before they left and no shops were open. We found a piece of cheese and had some crackers. Church was the first item of the day then the Taylor's kindly drove us to Brenner in the Brenner Pass where Hotler and Mussolini did thir deal for Tirol. We ...
We spent one week in this cosy and special hotel. We planned every evening with the owner of the hotel where to hike the day after. And every time it was a special experience. We saw a lot of mountain lakes, deers, flowers and the owner one time came with us explaining all about the area: history, geography and bothanic. There are a lot of things to do: clibining, rafting, hiking, MTB tours and mcuh more. ...
After lunch we visited Runkelstein Castle, a medieval fortress built in the 1200's. It's main claimm to fame is the large number of period frescos painted about 100 years later. After various periods of disuse and damage, the castle and frescos were restored for public viewing in 2000.
What at made the biggest impression on me were the references to King Arthur and his knights of the round table. There ...