- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Albergo Miravalle Udine
Travel Blogs from Udine
... to my challenge I returned via the high route which I loved, but it was a bit hairy at times.
Apparently several bloody battles during World War I took place on the Cime di Lavaredo because of its strategic position so close to the Austria-Hungary border. Italy was allied to England and France and declared war on Austria-Hungary in ...
... across the mountains to check into our hotel by 5:30. The rest of the day we drove the Grossglockner High Alpine Road. It was only 33 miles across the mountains to get to our hotel, but with all the stops to take in the scenery it took most of the afternoon. About halfway across the clouds started to move in, and obscured the summits of most of the mountains. That was a little disappointing, but we still had waterfalls, and ...
... next to a river with old wooden houses around us and icicles lining the wall at the side of the road. Above us, going over the valley was the autobahn, stretching into the distance and missing all the beautiful nature we were seeing.
The drive went well and the weather was perfect, no crazy snow storms this time, in fact there is no snow in Lienz at all. We made it to Lienz and on the drive into town passed some archaeological ruins which ...
... in stone) it did feel a bit un-Christmassy. No carols. No tinsel. No endless gorging on ham, turkey, pudding and drinkypoos. However it most definitely will be one to remember.
Xmas Eve: After resting and recovering from Day 4 skiing we gathered around our minimalist Xmas alter (aka wicker tree) and opened a much reduced from usual pressie pile (which I quite liked... I tend to get ...
... the calves but speed and long held turny squatts were a whole new world of quad torture.
Trys and I both took videos of each other and watching them back we realised that we do not look anywhere near as cool as we think we do. Trys looks like some kind of crouching duck and I ski like I’m bent over a zimmerframe (bum totally out!). On our final run of the day I managed to achieve even footing ...