Hotel San Leonardo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Trento is a surprise package. A city of approx 120 000 based on education and finance this city is located on the river Adige, a major trading route with Europe in earlier time, and completely surrounded by snow covered mountains. Spectacular.
We left Colfosco on a near perfect day and as I think I mentioned we travelled north to almost the Austrian border and then south to Trento. ...
... for a vino and birra and will have our soup and cold cuts tonight. What a great day. 2.11.14 Got up to another gorgeous and sunny day. Had breakfast and paid for our accomodation early, Vittorio showed me the old kitchen downstairs with the Pizza/Bread oven built in 1812 and still looks great. We headed off and drove to the hillside town of Montepulciano. Found a parking spot and walked up the hill into the historic centre. Very old buildings and ...
... got to Trento, which was luckily only another 20 minutes away, I went to the nearest shop to buy Luca a new outfit. As he was now starving we went straight to lunch. We also met up with Emmanuela, who is studying at university in Trento and lives here Monday to Friday with 2 girlfriends. They all travel back home to Trentino for the weekends. After lunch we had a look around one of the beautiful piazza's, a very quick spot of shopping, an ...
Toured through the farmlands of Bassano del Grappa and the walled city of Marosticca. Markets again so couldn't see the square at its best with lots of people everywhere. Very spectacular wall surrounding the village. Travelled through alpine valleys with towering dolomite mountains everywhere. Lots of vineyards and agriculture. Headed for our hastily booked ...
... to also try to catch the bus from the train, back to Vallecrosia, although the sign said Campemiglia, or some such ....don't ask because I can't tell you... Any way, a likely-looking bus pulled up at what we thought was the correct stop, and I asked the the driver "Do you go to Campemiglia?" "Si...No Problemo"...... I should have known.....it was all to easy..... Anyway, I sat up front, eyes glued to the road, and watched as we re-traced our route from the ...