Hotel La Soldanella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the winter snows. All this area is a popular European ski destination, and the Winter Olympics were held at Cortina in 1956.
Although the scenery is stunning, the town of Cortina is a bit of a disappointment. It’s relatively new and surely attractive for the ski set, but has little historical interest. It is packed with motorcyclists, and we encounter hordes of them on all the mountain roads during these next two days.
We now start “The Great ...
... Garda, which is so nice we have to make another stop.
After dawdling around, we recheck our watches and are horrified to realise that we had advised the owner of our lodging that we’d be there by 6:00pm. It’s already 7:00pm and the sun is just beginning its descent (sunset is at 9:00pm at this time of year in Italy).
I put my foot on the pedal and in no time we are at Rovereto, where we join the A22 motorway. Immediately after we collect ...
... it eventually and set out to the North end of lake Garda to Riva Del Garda, another delightful town steeped in history, some of which we learnt about in the museum in the old fort in the harbour as well as viewing a photography exhibition of landscapes of Garda from the 1800's before setting off for our next port of call, Castelrotto in the foot hills of the dolomite mountains, once again thanks to expert guidance from K8 ...
... valley between mountains and as the main city of the region has numerous industries as well as a couple of universities. German is actually the main language, but most people are fluent in Italian as well, and all the road signs and street names are written in both! We had some free time so we walked around the streets, before returning to the coach and being driven up one of the surrounding mountains to a spot where we ...
... what they claim to have the "the best garden in the world" . Claims aside, it was very good, and unusually, quite catholic in that every sign in the place ( and there were thousands of them) was in German, Italian and English, and occasionally a couple of other languages that I didn't understand.
A bit tired after tramping around this place for hours so we headed back to camp only to find that someone had pinched our spot.... ...