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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Adriatic Circle Adventure 2-11-14 Stelvio to Lusen
Thanks to noisy and disrespectful humans slamming doors and generally making a great lot of noise in the hotel I got up early after a rather sleepless night. The noise in this hotel was simply unbelievable from kids running constantly up and down the corridor and then others slamming every door and making the whole building vibrate. There would be less noise in a large factory than this place.
Todays plan was ...
It was all about the scenery as we spent our last week in Italy in the Dolomites and the Lakes Region.
As we headed north from Bologna, the landscape changed and by the time we arrived in Bolzano (also known as Bozen) we were surrounded by craggy mountains and stunning views. Our hotel was right on the town square which gave us a great view of the hills and mountains. The next day we took cable car, then a ...
... when it comes to car sickness! We now make sure he hasn't eaten too much and also lies down in the back when we are traveling up and down the mountains. We had some yummy hot chocolates at the restaurant where the look out tower was and then headed back down the mountain, stopping at a few cemeteries to see some family members and some really gorgeous look out points. For dinner we were invited to Paul's cousin Mario's house to have dinner with his family. His ...
... br> parallel to the main motorway (which appeared to be elevated on concrete piers
most of its route). The motorway was busy and even the local road was busy, Not
pleasant driving. This is a main north-south arterial route.
Stopped at Camping Corones. Luxurious site, with heated
sanitary facilities and a heated outdoor pool, but somehow we did not like it.
Full of Germans and very “ordered” parking.
... un-metered and unrestricted) is also included
in the 18 euro/night fee.
We then walked into town and on to the Latemar 2200
chairlift which was a couple of km out of town. Rode up to the very top, had
lunch – rather cool, due to a northerly wind – and walked down. Unfortunately,
as we neared the bottom, the rain started, forcing us to take shelter under the