Hotel Piz Galin
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... back for the hair treatment. The bad thing about the hairdresser only speaking German is that I had to remain most of the time as translator, there are only so many magazine you can look at. Anyway four hours later the magic was done, I was expecting a horrific bill of over €200 but it was only 90 a bargain. Great dinner then to bed. 30.10.14 Up early packed the bags and off on our trip to Cortona in Tuscany, no avoiding the Autostrada today, ...
... the food and restaurants definitely had a German/Austrian feel (and menu) in them.
From Wikipedia, I've learned that Bolzano was recognized as the #1 city in Italy in 2010 for quality of life. In 2011, Bolzano came in second to Bologna. After visiting both of these cities, we understand why -- we loved them both.
From Bolzano, we drove back down Lake Garda and stayed at Sirmione, a little community ...
... car seat. Luckily we were just coming up to a petrol station, as on the autostrada sometimes you can drive for some time before being able to get off. I was dry reaching by the time we pulled over so almost jumped out of the car, Nicolas who luckily was traveling in John and Daniela's car was in tears as soon as he heard what had happened. Not because he felt sorry for Luca.......but because he has a serious vomit phobia! He was crying because ...
... OK, OK, ...I used a lot of words that my dear old mum wouldn't have approved of..... But no-one died, and we found a nice little camp, modest, but right on the lake and, ....here we are. Went for a good walk this arvo, but it was blowing like a *******, and as a result, the sail-boarders were out in force. It seems this is not a rare occurrence, and this seemed to be the sail-board capital of the world - they were out in their hundreds...... It was blowing ...
We rode through the Adige River Valley between two massive dolomite mountain ranges carved by glaciers. Apples, pears, grapes also lined our journey. It was like a picture postcard all the wary, hard to take your eyes off it and easier to keep riding 70kms. The cycle path was flat and long in places and we stopped ...