Grand Hotel Molveno
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... aristocrats from Austria. Then in WW2 was used to house the prominent prisoners from Dachau Concentration camp and they were held here as hostages. The hotel reels of old stories. It is like stepping back in time. Huge dinning rooms and bars, all set up for the 1920's just there is no one here.
The Lake itself is very busy with bus loads of tourists and walkers coming up to do the view and hikes. We could do an over night ...
... so I caught up a couple of days with the blog and then we had a look around the newer part of the town! Den and Suze did the optional evening cruise down the lake, but we stayed in town and had some excellent pasta and a bottle of local Lambrusco at a tiny little place in one of the many narrow streets! It was a very pleasant day, and we all enjoyed some peace and quiet away from the ...
... when I really, really, need it, I decided to attack the problem early and empty the whole friggin' thing out and start again.
And so I did!
Wow! The amount of **** that one accumulates, (especially a bower-bird like me who likes to have some stuff along "just in case") ....
Also found some serious evidence of some little furry squeaky things that had built a big nest and obviously wished to buy the joint since they left a ...
... Carlo Grand Prix on an amazing High Definition TV that made us feel as though we were right there! After that stop we headed north on the freeway for about an hour, past Verona before turning off at Marco and heading west to the top of Lake Garda and our home for the next 5 nights of Riva Del Garda. As we wound down the mountain to the little town of Torbone, there was a major traffic jam - Torbone is a ...
... it was no problem and we romped over there with no trouble at all, and even the snow had largely gone apart from small drifts on the verges.
A trouble free short run of about 150 km and we ended up at a camp in a little town called Leifers or Laives depending on the map you are reading - amazingly, this part of Tyrol only had its autonomy established as recently as 11 June 1992, and after plowing through the ...