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Travel Blogs from Terzolas
... After 30 minutes they have up and sent the train on, we jut couldn't use that door... Luckily his train was a different than the plan we had bought it would take. So even with it being delayed 30 min. We got to Munich at the same time we thought we would... In Munich I bought an ok bratwurst, not so good apple strudel, and a big pretzel with something weird in it (sour cream and chives I think?). Sara got some sort of chicken thing.... We then met he parents on the train ...
... two gay female couples with children - we wondered if we'd hit Garda gay week when we first arrived) and drove a couple of hours to stop just inside Austria. We stayed the night in a car park in a little industrial area - sounds crapy but was actually very pretty (outside the immediate vicinity) surrounded by the Tirolean mountains. It would have been perfect if not for the regular freight trains running about 100m ...
... much more. So we discussed this and we all agreed, stuff that, who cares if we deserve one we're having one anyway so that's what we did. We got back to our campsite and thought that since we were right next to a lake we should go for a quick swim so off we went and it was a lovely lake even if slightly cold. There were a couple of platforms, one with a slide and one with a diving board so we swam out to them and had a bit ...
... distance but up close the leaves were green but there were plenty of others that were equally impressive. The girls had fun running around as we lazily strolled along. We then walked back through the village which had come to life as all the shops were open again and we went in to one shop that sold produce and specialities from the local area. We bought some polenta, some prosciutto and 3 bags of pasta. One was colourful bowtie shaped ...
I woke at 7.00am so snuck out of the room to write my diary
and chat to John on facebook. Greta & Immy arrived at 9.30am to use the
internet while Malcolm and Lizzie headed into Asiago to photocopy maps. Laura
was still in bed when they arrived so we had a late breakfast then headed into
Asiago to run a sprint course that Malcolm set. The boys came too and found a
place to hire bikes – 20 Euros for 24 hours, so ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility