Hotel Portillo Dolomites
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... fries(fancy style) and Ash had spaghetti bolognaise. The dishes were expensive, mine costing about $30 and Ash's costing $25 but what shocked us even more was the €6 each bottle of coke we had with it. That's $18 for two bottle of coke! And no the bottles weren't gold! And no there was no alcohol in the drink either. Massive rip off! Luckily the food was good otherwise I'd have been really spewing! Our last night in Europe. We are looking forward to the comforts of home ...
... cost as I wasn't happy paying it. Speaking to him I told him, with lots of action,(he spoke little English) the ridiculous price for such poor clothes that were overly large and old. I thought it would be too rude to write a negative number so I wrote €30 for both. He reluctantly came back with the price of €40 and was obviously annoyed so I agreed, paid and was out of there! What a joke. We certainly should have brought our gear with us! That'll teach ...
... slope she was much better and just side stepped down without any fuss. We made our way through the run and Ash skied most, side stepping only a few steep parts. At one point I was up ahead and about to pullover to wait for Ash and accidentally pulled into the way of an Italian skiing lady. She swerved with a myriad of what I'm sure were Italian swearwords and went off the piste into the deep snow on the side. Although I felt bad, I was ...
... I did a big lap of the town, it was -4deg, and had no luck finding the office. After asking for directions a few times and following them in a round about way to no avail then asking for more directions leading me back to the bus stop where ash was waiting I was starting to get a bit frustrated! Eventually we noticed a big Ski Pass sign staring us right in the face across the road from the bus station... If only I ...
... contains paintings by Caravaggio - the fancy shopping streets which were not very backpacker friendly but did house the offices and factory of my hero Velentino!! Overlooking the whole Tridente area is a lovely park called Trinita dei Monti where I ate lunch and took in the sights and sounds of this marvellous city - pity I was interrupted by the horrible selfie stick and flower sellers. Exploring this area during the day was brilliant and very beautiful at night ...