Hotel Cristallino d'Ampezzo
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... life. While sitting here on the balcony having a coffee I noticed some climbers on the cliff opposite and then noticed a magical walk along the edge of the mountain.
Spotting these climbers was just plain luck and it makes one realise just how massive that mountain really is but then I noticed something else that made the whole cliff seem even more massive and that something else was a rather large house built right on the cliff thousands of feet up. How the hell did ...
... IPad and I was well beaten by Jenny as is mostly the case. No Wifi in the room but it is advertised so will ask about it. Was not too interested in the TV show which had naked men and women dancing with a block of concrete. Went down to the Restaurant for dinner, it was a four course meal, the other couples walked out when finished, I was confused. I waited for the waitress and asked how does dinner work, do you add it to the ...
... lunch to burn off some of their endless supply of energy and then went back to meet John and Daniela at Nonna Mela's house. Luca arrived without his vest and was very quickly taken back out to the car by Nonna Mela to get it to put it back on. Lucky he was a bit more obliging this time. It was sad to say goodbye as we don't know when we will see her next (if you ask Nic we will be back here to ski in ...
... 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 ...
... we were here. We then headed up to San Martino to see Nonna Mela. It's such s nice drive up the mountain but as its very windy we have to have the windows down, and Brodie usually ends up lying his head on Nicolas' lap with his eyes shut to stop feeling sick or throwing up! We went for lunch first, at one of the only open restaurants (as its off season most hotels, restaurants and ...