Family Hotel La Grotta
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... As this road is not treated for snow or ice it had hard packed ice patches all along the way. On a number of occasions I had to kill the engine and get my feet down and simply use the rear wheel as braking and control it by use of the clutch and just edge along at very slow speed. In situations such as this one thing one must not do is touch front brakes.
Its now getting dark and trying to see on this tiny twisty road is not good. Lucky for me much of it is dry ...
... scenery, paid the €24 and went to the top car park, the little Peugeot nearly blew a valve. Walked around up top, but being on slippery ice next to steep slopes is not my idea of fun, we looked around and went into the lovely town of Misurina and had lunch. Back to our Hotel to plan the next part of the journey. Been pretty lucky with the weather and roads as we don't have snow chains at all. Another great day on our ...
... the food and restaurants definitely had a German/Austrian feel (and menu) in them.
From Wikipedia, I've learned that Bolzano was recognized as the #1 city in Italy in 2010 for quality of life. In 2011, Bolzano came in second to Bologna. After visiting both of these cities, we understand why -- we loved them both.
From Bolzano, we drove back down Lake Garda and stayed at Sirmione, a little community ...
... but she is doing really well so I'm sure we will see her again soon. Chiara (our not so little anymore flower girl!) was also there to say goodbye. We headed back down to Tonadico to finish packing, and had our last dinner at John and Daniela's apartment. We then went by one of the local schools to say goodbye to Paul's Zio Julio. He has just moved to this school as one of the priests, and lives at ...
... kids ran around in the playground. The playground had 13 swings in it (why I don't know) and last time we were here and Nicolas was 2, he was obsessed with swings so I nearly fainted when I saw this playground and was imagining how to ever make him leave! When some of Paul's cousins kids arrived on the bus home from school, the kids had afternoon tea and a play with them too. We then went across the road to Angela's house where she took ...