Alp & Wellness Sport Hotel Panorama
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- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Fai della Paganella
... Very interesting and took a few photos of the town and surrounding countryside. We then drove to another small hilltop town of Montechiello. We stopped and walked around this very clean town and had lunch at the restaurant Vittorio recommended called La Porta. Jen had pasta but I had beef cheeks in a red wine sauce with potato mash, lovely. Went home to ready ourselves for the next leg South towards Calabria and Alborobello, see you in about a ...
... up into the Domomites to get a better look of the Alps. Then we headed back to our hotel which offered a spa -- and we took advantage of it with massages and a Turkish steam bath.
The food, architecture and culture changed dramatically in Bolzano from Bologna. It felt like we were in Germany even though, in checking Wikipedia, only about 25% of the population speaks German. Most of the tourists seemed ...
... then headed over to the museum. We had been told it was great for kids and they loved it. It had a mini scitech section, a section on mountain animals, dinosaur and whale bones, plus more. We spent a couple of hours there being dragged from section to section by 3 excited kids. Luckily the drive home was much less eventful than the ride there and Luca and Brodie both had a nap. Back in Fiera we all went out for dinner and then to bed after a busy ...
Having spent the day in Monaco, and, I have to say, feeling a little...ummm...deflated....I was going to say disappointed, but that's a bit strong. Monaco on a non-race weekend is quite a different place, and just doesn't have that "wound-up to bursting point" feel that it does on F1GP weekend. We strolled around the place, went up to the Palace, but didn't go in since Treas had been last time we were here, and I'm feeling a bit ...
We rode through the Adige River Valley between two massive dolomite mountain ranges carved by glaciers. Apples, pears, grapes also lined our journey. It was like a picture postcard all the wary, hard to take your eyes off it and easier to keep riding 70kms. The cycle path was flat and long in places and we stopped ...