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... than Italian. Our hotel is right in the middle of the town but has a lovely garden area. As Ron says, the corridor leading to my room is a bit 1960's bordello but the rooms are OK. The hotel's claim to fame is that an Austrian freedom fighter called Andreas Hofer stayed here when visiting Bozen and his room and bed are treasuredJust one night here, needless to say I am not in his room. Bolzano looks very prosperous and in fact ...
... mistake above? Of course, it's WIND Surfing! The breeze is regular and predictable (German camper left today and gave us the clue when we first met) There are loads of surfer dudes (and older surfer dudes and dudettes) zipping about the lake. They must need traffic lights in high season?
Two big differences have emerged from Majorca holidays: 1) Thankfully, no Lucky Lucky men
... does not open on Sunday so we headed downtown and a local beer garden. Dinner was a carnivore's dream. Even Brian could not finish his meal.
We woke to a rainy day on Monday. It would have been a good day to do some shopping but unfortunately, all of the shops were shut. After a wander around the old town, we headed back to the hotel and "the wellness centre" - an indoor pool (heated to 20 degrees C), a turkish bath, a Finnish ...
... site for trade activity as Bolzano was the major crossing of two major alpen trails. Our tour of it was speedy (but half price!) because the site was being used for a service to honour loyal factory workers who have been locally employed for many years of service. We saw art by Caravaggio and Ulrich Glantschnigg. The art was Baroque in style and unique because of the light and dark contrasts in lighting. This website will remind us of what we ...
Saturday May 17
Her take on the journey:
We reluctantly left our lakeside hotel and again headed to the mountains - this time by the fast route and the autostrada. We had stupidly thought when planning the holiday, that it would be easy to head north and quickly discovered that we could not. Something called the Italian Alps got in the way. We drove south around the bottom of ...