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Travel Blogs from Levico Terme
... for wedding photos. We decide to return to the hotel for a rest while the shops are closed, and then make another trip into centro later when the shops reopen. We're now getting familiar with the maze of streets that run into the town centre and between the old buildings. Looking forward to our next stop in Venice, but now filled with a little sadness at leaving this beautiful place and the family who have been so fantastic and made us feel so ...
... the colour of a minute ago. Whenever we asked her what a colour was we got, "not sure", even though she usually points it out if we get one wrong (not that we don't know our colours but sometimes we don't know what she's pointing at, OK).
We were very sorry to be going but we've got a schedule to keep - sort of - and the campsite isn't the cheapest. We said goodbye to the people we'd met around us ...
... locals pass at more rapid speeds than we would be comfortable with. After about 1 hour, we catch our first glimpse of the memorial, as the trees thin out and become virtually non-existent at these heights. It's a clear morning with only a few clouds, so the view below is also amazing. There are only a few cars at the car park, and most of those here are cyclists and a few motor bikes are also here. As we walk the rest of the way to the ...
... 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 ...
... looks great, and negotiates the stairs up and down from her room with relative ease. We leave, and head to Valrovina, to see the house where Nonno Mario and his family grew up before he came to Australia. This property was recently sold, and is just 15 minutes from Zia Maria's nursing home. It sits in not far up the hill above the village, and the house is in disrepair having not been occupied for a number of years. We find it open, and explore the outside and inside ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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