Hotel Bel Sit
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Adriatic Circle Adventure 2-11-14 Stelvio to Lusen
Thanks to noisy and disrespectful humans slamming doors and generally making a great lot of noise in the hotel I got up early after a rather sleepless night. The noise in this hotel was simply unbelievable from kids running constantly up and down the corridor and then others slamming every door and making the whole building vibrate. There would be less noise in a large factory than this place.
Todays plan was ...
... scenery, paid the €24 and went to the top car park, the little Peugeot nearly blew a valve. Walked around up top, but being on slippery ice next to steep slopes is not my idea of fun, we looked around and went into the lovely town of Misurina and had lunch. Back to our Hotel to plan the next part of the journey. Been pretty lucky with the weather and roads as we don't have snow chains at all. Another great day on our ...
... fitted on the car and crawled up the winding road to the town of Corvara. We arrived at our accommodation bedraggled but excited. The hotel Colalto reminded me of the grand Budapest hotel. The staff were dressed in Hedi like frocks and the waiters were all older gents in smart black suits. Check the photos to get the full idea. Because Corvara is getting close to the Austrian boarder the cuisine was no longer Italian more like Miss ...
... twisted alleys of Old Bolzano, some a bit gritty and dirty, others alive with folks out enjoying the evening. Across a bridge to the north where it seems that the city quickly starts to fade. I pause on a bench on the bridge, pull out my guitar and ponder on this amazing journey I've been on for the last nearly 2 months... Back in town, I hear music coming from an internal alley/gallery. I go inside, and find 3 ...
... means roughly "The house of Jupiter, bringer of the winds." This was the name of the pagan temple that stood on the sight before the abbey, and Tocco and Castiglione (and the land between) form the eponymously named region. The town of Tocco can be seen from our house across the way and is backdropped by the Maijellan mountains. We stopped at the viewpoint and looked back at Castiglione and the Gran Sassos from the opposite direction and quickly returned to the ...