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... affiliated with the Hotel Rosa Alpina. Chris and I agree that it is the single best family hotel we have ever encountered. It's beautiful and charming but not stuffy and staff are just beyond wonderful; terrific bar with piano player, fantastic pool and spa and 2 restaurants (one has 2 Michelin stars). Kids are totally welcome and catered to; I cannot recommend this property enough.
As a ...
We have been staying at the cutest gasthof I have ever seen! It is a newly built barn conversion with modern facilities and it is in a very remote location. The furnishings are all wooden and when you step into your room, you are immediately hit with pine fragrance. It would be perfect for a romantic getaway (someday!) and the ski slopes, Ploser, are about a ...
... through it. There isn't much to do here apart from walk up to the Schloss on top of the hill at one end of town. But luckily, the weather has been kind to us and on Sunday there was blasting sunshine!
We met with a friend, David Taylor, who also works for Vienna's English Theatre and went to dinner with him. His knowledge of Austria is incredible and he has enough anecdotes that could last for days! A very nice evening had by all.
... br> After the long slog up I stop about a mile from the summit and drive along a small dirt road to get a few shots of the surrounding mountains. Here I put the bike on its centre stand and tried to get a few nice photos of a Transalp in the Alps but later realized they were a waste of time.
Onwards up to the summit restaurant and it’s time for a coffee. As I walk into the restaurant I’m welcomed by a little grey moggy. He seems to know that I am a cat lover ...
... into a shop or pass someone out in the mountains in Italy and just about always you get a happy smile. Walk into a shop or pass someone in Switzerland and it would appear they struggle to even acknowledge you and certainly struggle to put a smile on their face. We all agreed that the Swiss just don’t seem to want tourists.
After a walk around Alleghe I set up the satnav to take me back through Caprile and onwards up over the mountains to Pordoi Pass. Getting to ...
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