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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
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... stuff") and potatoes. We had an eclectic neighbourhood in Trento...a mixture of apartments built in the 1930s and a castle built iin the 13th century from original fortified buildings. On our walking route to the centre of town we passed through the castle walls. Despite rainy and cool weather, we explored centro storico of Trento, which, just like about every other city in Italy, it traces its roots to the a Roman era and earlier. The ...
... Little narrow cobbled streets everywhere with lots of tourist shops and tourists quietly wandering the streets. The tourists haven't dropped back here yet but I guess Lake Garda is a special place. We drove north towards Malcesine which was our next destination but there was absolutly nowhere to park the beast here so I said to Kerry we could cycle back here ...
... the Furlans and spent an hour with them. All is well. The antique furniture and boat market is very slow for them right now. Roberto now driving bus for a your company. Tony still does some antique restoration. Frederika is pregnant and dye with their second child in Feb ...
... Michael, thought of you as they table red was a superb, local Cab Franc. There was also excellent Pinot Grigio and Prosecco. Our family and area grows nothing but Prosecco, so there was lots. The food, OMG!!! There were so many courses and we were served so well. So professional. So good. So much. The waiters always came around with seconds of everything. Let's see how my memory serves us, and in no particular order.... Started ...
... Fontanelle where my Mom grew up. I went and saw the house my Mom was born in. I also went and saw her last surviving sister in law (Clara Zanin in Vazzoler). TO MY SURPRISE, her daughter and my first cousin from North Carolina (USA), Roberta was there. Small ...