Hotel Residence Gasser
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Day 3 Cortina d'Ampezzo
Today we will be travelling "The Great Dolomite Road", rated as one of the most scenic drives in the world.
In this part if Italy we have noticed that all place names and signs are in Italian and German. In fact, the whole area looks more like Switzerland and Austria than Italy. Called by the locals as Süd Tirol and by the Italians as Alto Adige, this area was annexed by Italy after the Great War of 1914/18. To be honest, it still seems to ...
... on our walk.
We continue strolling along Corso Porta Borsari, stopping to peep at the lovers well and noting small details all along the way. We are very impressed when we finally arrive at Piazza Erbe. Verona is much more than we had expected.
An active market keeps us busy for us while, until Alexandra hints that she’d like to see Juliet’s house.
We follow the crowds and find the tiny piazza where the so called ...
... lunch in a great mountain hut with breath taking views across meadows of cattle and grazing ponies. Check out Kate's Instagram for more photos but here are a few from my own camera, including one of our Italian, Stylish hire car (or similar) and how confusing it is telling it apart from other not so similar genuine Alfa Romeos !!!!!! More on that story another day. Ciao for now !! Romeo & Guilietta 1.6 clover leaf (or ...
... magnificent views of the local Dolomite Mountains and to the snow capped Alps to the North. A glass of wine and a local apple strudel, while viewing all this, made a great afternoon tea and then we caught a cable car back to the city - again with views of Bolzano and the the beautiful vineyards surrounding it! Later when we returned to Riva Del Garda we dined at a restaurant overlooking the little harbour by our ...
... 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.... ...