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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... is for sure one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. The owners are just fantastically friendly and go out their way to make your stay so much better.
The place was extremely busy with tourists and it was now I was beginning to wonder if they have any free rooms. I soon find the kind lady who runs the place and she unfortunately tells me she has no rooms available.
With no rooms available she gets on the phone and soon tells me there is a hotel about 6 ...
... IPad and I was well beaten by Jenny as is mostly the case. No Wifi in the room but it is advertised so will ask about it. Was not too interested in the TV show which had naked men and women dancing with a block of concrete. Went down to the Restaurant for dinner, it was a four course meal, the other couples walked out when finished, I was confused. I waited for the waitress and asked how does dinner work, do you add it to the ...
... We got a quick tour to see where he stays and to see some of the classrooms. The boys were very interested in seeing the yr 1 and yr 3 rooms. We then went to say goodbye to Cecila, Livio and Igor. The boys have had a lot of fun with Igor and were happy to hang out one last time, swapping email addresses at the end. It's been a fun week here in Trentino but we are looking forward to our next adventure in ...
... kids ran around in the playground. The playground had 13 swings in it (why I don't know) and last time we were here and Nicolas was 2, he was obsessed with swings so I nearly fainted when I saw this playground and was imagining how to ever make him leave! When some of Paul's cousins kids arrived on the bus home from school, the kids had afternoon tea and a play with them too. We then went across the road to Angela's house where she took ...
Awoke to blue skies and a tame marmotte in my planter box, nice to be so close to nature. I had stayed at Colfosco just beneath the Passo Sella at 1,645 m a ski town with some excellent summer sales, so some compulsory gear shopping was required. Over breakfast I poured over my maps and guidebooks to try to seek he next destination to head for. The hotel owner was Austrian and highly recommended the Grossglockner High Alpine Road as it's the highest in Austria. ...