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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... heard the word washroom used for WC... Not too far down the Autostrada from Trento is Bolzano, a nice city not far away from the Austrian border and clearly reflecting its Austrian-Hungarian history in its architecture and bilingualism (Italian and German) (barely 100 years ago thousands of Italian and Austrian died for this area). Bolzano is also home for the Archeological Museum and "Otzi", the 5000 year old man. "Otzi" was discovered by ...
After spending the morning wandering round Riva del Garda we travelled in to Limone sul Garda for a lovely wander round the cobbled streets and lunch. We had mussels and fish for lunch so in the evening we went to the beach hut for burger and chips and wine for ...
... the lake shore or having coffee and beer. A bit like us I suppose.
We are staying in a rather grand villa on the edge of the lake. In summer it would be very nice with a garden running to the lake and pool. On the last day of September and with mostly cloudy skies it wasn't quite the same....
Tomorrow we head north again into the mountains to see if we can find a golf course not covered in snow.
Everyone woke up excited for our drive to Italy. We had enough breakfast meats so I went
to the local market for some rolls and pretzels. Manu arrived and joined us for coffee and food. After breakfast we gathered our luggage and packed everything into Manu’s and Hans’ cars. Manu drove Hans’ car with Bonnie, Miah and me as the co-pilot so I could take pictures. Carlos ...
... 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 ...