Best Western Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... full of people! Apart from a few cyclists we'd met the night before we thought the place was empty! After a breakfast of fresh bread rolls and hot coffee we decided to head into the village for a look around. Marky bought a lovely sports jacket to wear at our wedding. Very smart casual. We had coffee by the lake and then decided to head for Italy! The scenery as we approached the Austrian/Italian Alps was amazing. Beautiful villages tucked in between ...
... in the mountains above or in the shelter of several mountain refuges. Went in and the restaurant was simply buzzing, one would have never have guessed from the outside. A small group of locals were laughing loudly beside the bar. The waitress approached me looking 'frazzled' I asked her for a room, she looked blankly as me - any English I enquired "No...Ok I made a gesture for sleep - wait a moment she said. The ... was a traditional mountain hut - the wooden walls ...
... mainland was a bit disappointing.Band of gypsies living behind hotel,great!! Went over to Venice for dinner tonight.Water taxi then beautiful dinner in lovely restaurant with whole group.Then walked around and saw St Marks square at night (awesome).Private water taxi back to bus.Venice at night was so beautiful. Hard to believe we're really here!! Next morning into Venice again ...
... an artifical reforestation of White Pine.........."
Found a track by matching the photo in the brochure with what I could see out the window, and then assumed that it was the right stone wall. Never did find the dovecote. Kept going up the hill and not into private driveways till there was a sign where the track split that indicated the way to Castelbrando. Made it.
Imagine our surprise when walking through the castle that we ...
... as early as anticipated. Revine Lago was chosen as it was around a lake, a gentle stroll to ease the gluts back into the idea of moving without pain.
TT decided the route via Trichiana was best, and as we hadn't been over the mountain range at this point, thought why not. The rain began before we reached Trichiana. Continued anyway.
Well, the mountain pass was a credit to the engineers. One section was so steep and so tortuous ...