Travel Blogs from San Martino Di Castrozza
... showing Arthur and Charlegmane, panels illustrating the love story of Tristan and Iseult, as well as the story of Garel of the Blooming Valley. I think the original goals of the frescos was to help the rather lowly Vintler brothers gain status in the Tyrolean aristocracy, but if you look closely you can learn a lot about about the culture and styles of the day. I snapped a few photos of the frescos.
... Daniella) to take our order. We were hot, so we ordered draft beer, "Forst".
Ordering was a little hard because there were no menus in English. Our initial request was a Greek salad of tuna and eggs, because it was easy to translate. This clearly concerned the owner, as she quickly talked us out of that, saying, "This is an Italian kitchen! You can get tuna and eggs at home. " ...
... to visit the Bolzano Museum of Anthropology where he is now housed in state (frozen) and see him for myself.
He lived more than 5,000 years ago, but I was able to look closely at his copper axe (high quality metalworking), his yew bow and his various implements. He had over 50 tattoos, all similar, and ate roast ibex meat less than an hour before he was killed. He ...
... a palace and an arched exit that led to yet another piazza - Piazza Mercato - where Karen happily bought apricots and a donut peach. As we continued to wander, we passed a bakery, two local policemen and a cheese cart. The policia allowed us to take a picture (they are handsome, no?), and then we decided to gather ingredients for our lunch -- cheese, bread, and apricots. Ahhh! A picnic! We wandered a bit more, got ...
Whether you're eating pizza in a fast food joint with plastic silverware in the basement of Milan's train station or at a pizzeria on the patio in posh Cortina, use your knife and fork. Under no circumstances should you use your hands to pick up the ...
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