Hotel Alpine Mugon
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... Day. It is a public holiday in Italy today, Remembrance Day, so lots will be closed. Had breakfast and took the advice of Vittorio the owner and headed to the town of Gubbio. He said it had an old town and interesting architecture. He also told of a man and his relationship with an evil wolf and it is legend in the town, saw statues of it everywhere. If you are interested here is a link I found. http://www.guidetopsychology.com/gubbio .htm Anyway ...
... got to Trento, which was luckily only another 20 minutes away, I went to the nearest shop to buy Luca a new outfit. As he was now starving we went straight to lunch. We also met up with Emmanuela, who is studying at university in Trento and lives here Monday to Friday with 2 girlfriends. They all travel back home to Trentino for the weekends. After lunch we had a look around one of the beautiful piazza's, a very quick spot of shopping, an ...
... Until we were only about 2km from home and at a round-about, the bus suddenly turned inland instead of straight-ahead..... Panic! Stop! We want to get off....... Total ignore..... Finally some kind soul pressed the stop-button for us and we fell-off the bus at some god-forsaken little dive in the middle of the boonies..... Treas, of course was taking this really well................ But, as I tried to explain.......there is no point in complaining about ...
... in a restaurant on the path which was great. Getting into Trento was a bit tricky but we arrived at our very average hotel and then went to explore the town. Up the cable car for amazing views and then it rained for about two hours and we did get wet but not cold. Tea at a recommend restaurant was really good, the wine ...
Today we found Italy! We rode for about 80 KMs and arrived at Aldeno just south of Trento. This is a small town with no hotels. After talking to the local gentleman, who assured us there was a hotel, we found four or five others who assured us there was none. Finally, we found someone who knew of a B&B which fortunately had a last room available. We took it. They served us juice and pears to refresh us. The things that convinced us that we were in Italy were ...