Address: 9 via Castello, Campo Tures, Campo Tures, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39032, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Campo Tures

Brixen - Rovereto

A travel blog entry by jaredohman on Oct 20, 2015

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... and figured I would go find my first taste of real Italian pasta. They had a sitting area outside and as I was examining the menu a women walked up to me and started speaking Italian. After a few exchanges it was obvious neither of us spoke even a little of the other language (theres nearly zero english in this area of Italy) and this was really the first time in my life I’ve experienced such a drastic language barrier. With some motions and hand language I ...

And the cows came home...

A travel blog entry by jnaylor on Oct 08, 2015

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... legs and we gave him a nickname "drie" - that is 3 in German. We had a huge "prentzel" - you couldn't believe how huge it was.

Reese - We drove to Mayrhofen and we saw the cows that were coming down the mountain with the farmers. There were a few really young ones and they all had crosses and big head pieces on their heads, and huge bells on their necks. We had a drink and some special sausage, after that we went to take the gondola up the mountain. It was one big gondola. ...

UNESCO: History of the Dolomites

A travel blog entry by janickgold on Oct 03, 2015

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I spent two weeks in late September in Toblach, a small town in the Dolomitic region of northern Italy. The Dolomites are a jagged mountain range unlike any other in Europe, whose sheer cliffs and deep canyons have been formed by natural processes taking place over the last 300 million years. More than once has the range sunk under the ocean, only to resurface changed, and more unique than ever. Toblach and the Dolomites were also the home of ...

Spectacular Views!

A travel blog entry by cflove on Oct 02, 2015

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Annie clearly was unimpressed by the receptionist who wearing a Tyrollean costume and was clearly employed for her attributes, two to be precise, and it was a spectacular view.

The other spectacular view today was the amazing St. Vigilio golf course we played in the next village. We have posted a number of unashamedly golf course pictures because the course ...

Castelrotto - 2861 miles

A travel blog entry by cflove on Oct 01, 2015

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... storm has passed and with our jumpers on, we ate breakfast on the terrace enjoying the view of the lake. It's all very pleasant but if the weather is poor which seems to be a frequent occurrence, it's a pretty dull place, there are lots of people wandering round drinking coffee in cafes and little else to do.

We drove north along the lakeside, the road is quite narrow with a rock wall on one side and drop on the other, I had to concentrate ...