Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Falkensteinerhof
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After an uneventful drive, we arrived in Bressanone(Brixen) in the evening, just in time for some home cooked food prepared by friends, followed by a game of cards played with an interesting deck of cards. Hoping for better weather we went to bed with the aim of reaching Belgrade the following ...
... come alive with these ancient structures - they are living, breathing and are now integrated into our modern world. It really is magic. The Catholic Church's presence in this city was another slice of magic. As you know I have no religious ties but I could not keep away from the beautiful churches which were around every bend. It was like walking into a free museum every 5mins...and then there was the Vatican. My fellow Roman tourists were also very friendly. ...
... a look out for ice is vital.
As if all the ice was not bad enough the road ahead is closed and a diversion has been set up. This diversion is a long muddy road through a field. Trying to ride this muddy road in darkness was simply hell to say the least. I stopped one of the locals and asked directions to the hotel and he informed me its about 500 yards on my left and sure enough it was.
This hotel is simply magnificent. It has heated pools and saunas the lot. ...
... 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 ...
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 ...