Hotel Cristallino d'Ampezzo
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- Pets allowed
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... build that was my big question??
On closer inspection this was certainly no small house and consisted of 3 or more floors and as it was half way up a cliff there was certainly no road that went up there unless it was within a tunnel.
Further up and right on the top of this cliff I noticed another strange shaped rock and on close inspection this rock turned out to be yet another very large building. This one appeared to be a upper cableway station or ...
... the room or pay now. She said it is part of the half board cost of the room, you only pay for the drinks. Well I was gob smacked, what a great dinner in any case, but the deal fantastic. 27.10.14 Got up to a car covered in a very heavy frost, took about twenty minutes with the motor running and the trusty Medicare Card to get some visibility. Drove to Toblach in the Dolomites and entered that fantastic National Park. Stunning ...
... but she is doing really well so I'm sure we will see her again soon. Chiara (our not so little anymore flower girl!) was also there to say goodbye. We headed back down to Tonadico to finish packing, and had our last dinner at John and Daniela's apartment. We then went by one of the local schools to say goodbye to Paul's Zio Julio. He has just moved to this school as one of the priests, and lives at ...
... 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 ...
... shut for another 5 weeks). After Nonna Mela was up from her nap, we went to visit and have a coffee. Afterwards Paul drove us around San Martino showing the boys all his favorite placing and ski slopes, which are currently covered in thick green grass. It's hard to imagine that in a month or so they will be covered in snow! We had a lazy afternoon and then dinner at John and ...