Hotel Al Sorriso Greenpark & Wellness
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Travel Blogs from Levico Terme
... lunch at Federico's family farm house and a lot of laughs - basically we ate a lot!!!
- On one day, we went to Mount
Grappa - the mountain you see in the background of the pics from our apartment video. It
was a sight of the most fierce WWI battle - between the Italians and the
Austrians The ride up the mountain roads were harrowing....It's 1780
meters high - which is super freaking tall. And the roads are very
narrow. We were ...
... this region is famous for its Grappa!!!! I wonder why we came here??? Two good reasons...Pola and Franco in the Asiago region high up in the mountains had invited us to visit...and we just had to go to the grappa distillery... Not only one but two!!! Asiago is reached via a road not unlike the Swartberg pass, except that the turns are tighter and the climb steeper, the surrounds green and forested with ...
... feel the atmosphere! Wow! .... Tom and John had found a restaurant in the back streets on a previous trip and we pushed past the tourists like locals till we got to our destination....where the owner's son runs the place with the hand of a mafioso....almost...!!!! Clam soup, seafood risotto, seafood pasta, espresso with grappa...what,...more food?? ....the night ...
Yeah, this one is a bit over due.... but here it is.
Our wonderful little actors did a great job - AGAIN!!!
Hope you enjoy the video and the bloopers! <3
If you can't click on the link below...then just copy and paste and place in your browser....that should work!!! I hope!!
Thanks for all the comments....we live by them!!! :-)
Love to all!
Travel on! Genny
... the refugio. My gluteals are still in a sorry state, so I'm slow. The trail also goes along cliff edges so I continue slowly. The decision of when to turn around is made for me when we arrive at a dirt covered snow avalanche from the previous winter(s). We're at quite a respectable height, theres no sign of the refugio, and we can see the trail signs on the other side of the avalanche, but clearly not ...