ai Cadelach Hotel & Ristorante
Travel Blogs from Revine Lago
... some of their liquore and grappa. After this, we stop for lunch. Unfortunately, after lunch we get caught out as most shops closed at 12.30pm and are not due to open again until at least 3.30pm. We wander around for a while and return to Nardini distillery to pick up more grappa, and stop for the favourite drink of the locals, 'messo e messo'. A wedding party is outside celebrating and taking photos, and we agree that the Ponte Vecchio would make an ...
We have been eagerly awaiting this day, as we have planned to visit the war memorial at Monte Grappa, high up in the mountains about 30km away from Bassano. We decide to go alone when Renato cancels due to a family emergency, but we only get a short distance before we turn back to avoid getting lost, as we haven't been able to get proper directions. Fortunately, Elena steps in and joins us back at our hotel to be our guide. We set off again ...
... that sits almost 1,100 meters above sea level and overlooks the Venetian Plain, and during the winter is covered in snow that can get up to 2 meters deep. On our way to Rubbio, we make a stop via a narrow winding road, at the Marcolin cazon, a cabin in the woods where the men stayed overnight when chopping wood. This small building is now in ruins, with only a couple of walls still standing, and the area very overgrown ...
... where we hop out of the car and walk to the piazza in front. We are surprised by how few people are here, as there is only one tour group and a handful of other people around. It is easy to enter the Basilica, with no lines or entry cost, and very little security. This place has a very sacred feel, very similar to the awe we experienced when we entered Westminster Abbey, however this Basilica is open as it serves as a monument to only one person, rather than ...
... used to and I ended up just having
them on my head and pulling them down to check the intricate detail – of which
there was plenty! It took me over an hour to complete 2.4km!! The terrain was
rocky, detailed and confusing! I was 6th out of 17 runners - the
last lady in my grade took 2 hours and 15 minutes -perseverance!
Lizzie won by nearly 3 minutes, Greta had a mispunch (missing
a control in a long line of controls in the ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking