Grand Hotel Miramonti
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Travel Blogs from Passo Tonale
... in a restaurant on the path which was great. Getting into Trento was a bit tricky but we arrived at our very average hotel and then went to explore the town. Up the cable car for amazing views and then it rained for about two hours and we did get wet but not cold. Tea at a recommend restaurant was really good, the wine ...
... we will need to come back next time! And another interesting sight tonight was a lady walking her cute, fluffy white rabbit in spello’s streets. The dogs seemed very interested! Packing all ready to leave tomorrow.
September 20, 2014
We were very organized and left by 8 am. Initially, the traffic was good and not too busy, however as we got closer to Florence and then Bologna, the autostrada did become very busy. Additionally, there was very low cloud throughout ...
... br> The return train journey was just as spectacular, however there was far more cloud cover at the Bernina Pass than earlier, so we were lucky. This trip also meant we could get some shots of Val Poschiavo with the sun behind us.
Thought we would unwind before dinner with a short stroll and ended up doing the Giro di Lago hike ( a circuit of the lake), returning some 2 hours later, "just" in time for dinner.
... You could tell they weren't deer because they were too dark in color and had curly horns. We walked over 6 miles today, and it felt good. We both had a great workout.
We are now in Italy in a huge ski resort area. Once again, it's off-season so there are very few people in our hotel.
The dinner menu looks interesting and we aren't leaving the hotel. It rained on us really *******ce we got to ...
... m wondering at this point how many people can picture this?? Eventually I took his drink to him much to the amusement of other patrons, and 2 ladies from Lucerne engaged me in conversation.
In a nutshell – Ken's grandfather was a Scardigli, his father died so he used his step fathers name – Cranley. The Scardiglis are traced to Tuscany but records there are not good, so many “dead”(sorry) ends....why are ...