Hotel San Leonardo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... Very interesting and took a few photos of the town and surrounding countryside. We then drove to another small hilltop town of Montechiello. We stopped and walked around this very clean town and had lunch at the restaurant Vittorio recommended called La Porta. Jen had pasta but I had beef cheeks in a red wine sauce with potato mash, lovely. Went home to ready ourselves for the next leg South towards Calabria and Alborobello, see you in about a ...
... scared he would see it...... So anyway, poor Paul was left to get Luca stripped off and rinse out his clothes and car seat. I cleaned him up best I could and put him in some spare clothes of Nicolas' that we just happened to have in the car. (note -always travel with spare clothes for all kids!!!). The stinky chair went In the boot, Luca got Brodie's booster seat, and off we went with all windows down and one suddenly very hungry Luca! As soon ...
... on my ipad that morning. Also had a couple of women tagging-along who seemed to be following us for ages....(when I asked, they admitted they were) as it seemed that the correct bus had had a fire and they were also diverted, and they (fools) thought we looked as if we knew where we were going...... But, we made it home and no-one died, so it wasn't too bad... Next day we headed North, and after a day's driving found that the area we had headed for, had no ...
... in a restaurant on the path which was great. Getting into Trento was a bit tricky but we arrived at our very average hotel and then went to explore the town. Up the cable car for amazing views and then it rained for about two hours and we did get wet but not cold. Tea at a recommend restaurant was really good, the wine ...
Today we found Italy! We rode for about 80 KMs and arrived at Aldeno just south of Trento. This is a small town with no hotels. After talking to the local gentleman, who assured us there was a hotel, we found four or five others who assured us there was none. Finally, we found someone who knew of a B&B which fortunately had a last room available. We took it. They served us juice and pears to refresh us. The things that convinced us that we were in Italy were ...