Hotel Piz Galin
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... houses from the outside very colorful. It just gives such a nice feeling to the city. Of course there was a dome, and it was pretty, but only from the one side. Because in history once they didn't belong to Italy. So they built their dome in a way, that when the italians come from the south they would see some beautiful, marvelous building. Later when the town got more important for the catholic church, meaning the ...
... South West of Riva del Garda (opposite direction), however the trail to Torbole is much more pedestrian friendly although it's wise to keep your eyes peeled for cyclists racing past.
It was difficult to determine where the marathon runners would be, as we were avoiding the main road where the race was taking place from Limone in the West to Malcesine in the East. By the time we reached Torbole the stragglers in the pouring rain was all we managed to catch, so ...
... but it's still beautiful. Olive trees line the area around the port and in most directions it is picture perfect.
One feature that sums this town up is Piazza III Novembre near the waterfront which sports a beautiful clock tower, Torre Apponale which was built in the 13th Century and was once connected to the Rocca by an underground passage. The Rocca, surrounded by a moat, was the port traffic controller and now ...
... br> Meanwhile……..we had a little chasse for somewhere to stay in the vicinity of Bolzano, Bozen. It was while we were on this escapade that we began to learn about the curious undertow which was flowing beneath these serene sniffing grounds. On top of the mountains my friend Finn and his mistress addressed us in Ladin, signs to a mountain lake (whose immaculate reflections dogs were not allowed to jump in to and sully) were ...
... a recently missing climber. Each person brought on board revised the date of death back a few centuries, until it was confirmed that Otzi died around 5300 yrs ago. There was a tussle between countries, until Italy claimed Otzi by proving that he was found 96m inside their border, a precise figure. The museum is very interesting, somehow they have filled 5 floors with information and background, including the loopy letters ...
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