Hotel Brunelle

Saltria 39, Alpe di Siusi, Dolomites, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39040, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Alpe di Siusi

TO BE OR TO SEI

A travel blog entry by mek1

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... shoot done of the property. It was pretty cool to see the drone up close.

This morning we got an early start for our drive to the Dolomites. We drove all along Lake Garda to the top of the Lake and then headed NE for Ortisei. The scenery on the way was breathtaking. Beautiful valleys with lots of vineyards and craggy, gray-white peaks and ...

Milan to Bolzano

A travel blog entry by alexsandral

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... small villages, very green countryside and running rivers, Trento was a very pretty and interesting town, it has a beautiful Romanesque Cathedral from the 13th century, a beautiful square with an ornate fountain and typical painted buildings you would expect to find in Austria even though we are officially in Italy. After a few hours and lunch in Trento, where there was a large market and I purchased some great new nickers, ...

From the Mountains to the Sea

A travel blog entry by mustseemore

15

... of in my younger years), through the magnificent Dolomites and then along the totally uninspiring last 50km or so to Venice...somewhat reminiscent of crossing the Hornibrook Highway to the Redcliffe Peninsula!

Her take on the journey:

Again I spent the day spellbound by the magnificent scenery. We travelled east through the Val Gardena - a pass that had only just opened after the ...

Bolzano to Venice -Train Day

A travel blog entry by ktowndoyles

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... site for trade activity as Bolzano was the major crossing of two major alpen trails. Our tour of it was speedy (but half price!) because the site was being used for a service to honour loyal factory workers who have been locally employed for many years of service. We saw art by Caravaggio and Ulrich Glantschnigg. The art was Baroque in style and unique because of the light and dark contrasts in lighting. This website will remind us of what we ...

Austria in Italy

A travel blog entry by mustseemore

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... east towards Verona and then north through the Adige Valley to Bolzano. The Alps we drove around still had a thick blanket of snow, just like the Matterhorn that we had seen on our trip from Briancon to Cannero.

We are planning to drive the Stelvio in a couple of weeks time and are hoping that the road will be open by then. We check the internet regularly for updates but it is still marked as ...

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This hotel, located on Saltria 39, Alpe di Siusi, is near Val Gardena and Sella Ronda.
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