Hotel Al Fogher
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... di Carozza. The air was already definitely cooler, a welcome change. This part of Italy is Trento Aldige, and has more of a Swiss or Austrian feel about it. Back in the car and were supposed to be heading for Cortina. Very windy roads, hairpin bends, and dangerous drops as well as roadworks where they were cutting pine trees that had been damaged in the heavy snowfalls. We stopped at passo Rollo for a coffee and a use of the toilette. The ...
... me 2 glasses of Tequilla... For the first time I drank these 2 glasses at one shot... and not long after I fell asleep soundly and missed quite a fair bit of fun show later on in the night.
PL went back even earlier and was still awake when Raymond saw me back to the room... almost couldn't put the room key straight into the door and I zonked out on the bed... awoke only around 4am to wash up and remove my make-up!!
What an experience but not so exciting....
... is still self reliable. He is quite a nice guy. He cooked for me and shared some of his home brew alcohol with me so it was quite a nice day.
As I ride the boat back to my hotel, I had a little chat with the captain of the boat. he told me to go see the sharks in shark bay. So I agreed and waltzed back to my apartment for the ...
... it purple. Unfortunately it is inland so you can’t see it from the sea anyway!!
These brilliant colours have become so iconic over the years that residents are now required to get approval from the commune before painting their houses to ensure the tradition continues. I wonder if the council know about the purple house and if they didn’t, would they make the owner change it back to the way it was!!
Not only do the residents paint their houses ...
... without major problems 2000 years later. After touring the Vatican museum I think I know how the Catholic Church can put off taking donations for a few years...there's no photography in the Sistine Chapel, and people were actually being fairly quiet inside, a drastic change from the rest of the Vatican. So, no funny poses in front of any of Michelangelo's famous fresco. One of my roommates was a Canadian traveling by himself for the first time and was having ...