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Travel Blogs from Limone sul Garda
Our last day in Trento, went out in the morning for a ride to stretch the legs after yesterday. I found a fantastic bike path which runs next to the Adige River so followed that for little while. Had to stop on the way back to let a herd of sheep, goats and donkeys pass which is something you don't see back home.
I finished off by climbing up a large rocky outcrop which overlooks Trento called Doss Trento. The gradient was 15% + but only fairly short. Up ...
... The first ride I went on was the Colorado Rapids. Mum got sopping wet and so did I. Next I went on this ride where you went up a ramp and then you turned upside-down! I was hanging out of my seat, but I had this harness on which kept me from falling and cracking my head open. It was scary at first then I got used to it. The next ride we went on was a proper ...
... the evening with some other Sutho people, one of whom won both the Road Race and TT in her division (65+). Had dinner at Forst which is a German themed restaurant, I had the Stinko which was a big pork knuckle, pork sausage, sauerkraut and potatoes while Rach shared a massive veal schnitzel. Finished off with gelato.
Tomorrow off to Rome on the Frecciaargento which is the silver high speed train (the second fastest after the frecciarossa).
Had a quiet day today. We went for another walk into Peschiera.. Then we went and sat in the sun by the lake. Then after lunch we went and sat by the pool...oh god it's exhausting!! Last day though, tomorrow we start the journey towards home. ...
... to the Swans get done :(. Early on this morning streamed the Sthn Power boys having an easy win in their GF.
The plan was to visit the Caproni Aeronautical Museum in the arvo however it is a difficult place to get to so we settled for panini and a trip on the cable car up to Sardegna which overlooks Trento. Apparently the area was bombed in 1943/44.
Some pasta for dinner, get the gear ready and try to get an good nights sleep...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Cristina Limone sul Garda
We have just returned from a weeks holiday staying a the Hotel Cristina in Limone Sul Garda. This is the first time my wife and I have taken our children abroad and it has been ideal for us.
Having only booked this holiday 2 weeks before departure had a bit of a panic thinking it may be too quiet and remote than what we are used to.
Just got back from Hotel Cristina in Limone sul Garda on 30 August 2005.
Booked a late deal thru Crystal to this hotel. 20th Aug - 5 days. Half board.
We've just returned from a week in gorgeous Limone, Lake Garda. It's a beautiful place and the views from the hills/mountains were stunning. Hotel Cristina was great and has a fabulous spot overlooking the lake. I had read some reviews about the hotel before we left and although most were positive I was nonetheless a little concerned about the negative remarks made by some. But thankfully, we really had nothing to complain about at all. The staff were all friendly and helpful, breakfast good (we paid a supplement for dinner one night and it was fine- what you would expect from a 3 star hotel half-board) and amenities great (you get to share restaurants/pools with 4 star San Pietro). I had read that some have had pot luck with their rooms. Ours was really good- although it was a Panorama which I think is the most expensive. Probably pays to go for a higher standard room (the views are absolutely amazing). If you go B&B like we did, we really recommend some of the little restaurants near the hotel. Il Tovo, on the road going down into Limone from the hotel, is especially worth mentioning. It was the most traditional of eateries that we came across in Limone- obviously family run and with lovely views of the lake. Also The Osteria which is about a 5 min walk up the hill (past the hotel)- gardens have great views of lake and are set amongst grapevines. Very quaint! Both restaurants were very reasonably priced too. We had a fabulous time and would really recommend both the hotel and Limone itself. Would love to go back and will undoubtedly return at some point.
We stayed in this hotel on a short break (4 nights) with Crystal Lakes and Mountains end of July/beginning of August. Thought the hotel was excellent value for money and would recommend it -
Stunning Lake Garda
Just returned from Hotel Cristina Limone sul Garda.Food views and staff excellent-rooms were a bit luck of the draw-mine had tv but had to hire remote to work it with.Bathroom was odd -a power shower but no rail or curtain ; water went everywhere-lovely bath but no taps to fill it with.A free bus to town and back driven by the entertaining Franco was a plus.Overall this was the most relaxing holiday i have ever had.
Returned 4th August from Limone Hotel Christina.
Wonderful holiday with stunning views of the lake and surrounding mountains. Will return to Limone again in the future. Hotel Christina was fine,our room was basic but adequate, ask to see your room before you accept, as you can be lucky or unlucky with the location.Lots of terrace area to relax and walk around with panoramic views. Good pools.Yes there are steps to climb back from the village all 89, but you get used to them, although wouldn't recommend for elderly people.
Good selection of food, but like all buffet selections it does get a little boring the second week.
on arrival at hotel cristina we decided to purchase a safe key for a deposit of 30 euros which we thought was very expensive, the receptionsit told us we would received 25 euros back. When we returned the key the receptionist asked us for a reciept for the safe key I explained we never had a receipt given to us he said that because we didn't have a receipt we would not get our monry back. this receptionist was rude and very nasty and abusive towards me other guests which were checking out were also apaulled at this mans attitude. Never again will I stay at this hotel.
Beds very uncomfortable, staff not very polite and unhelpful. Food Pork everynight.
Last August we stayed at the Hotel Cristina. The view of the lake was beautiful, but everything else was far from acceptable. The room was terrible, with a large 5ft wall inside our room blocking the window.
This contained waste pipes for the rooms above, bubbling and moaning through night and day. The hygiene in the dining hall was questionable and the food was very boring. The pool area was lovely, but if you wanted the free coffee and cake, you had to climb numberous steps to the adjoining hotels pool area to get it. We booked three trips, all of them picked up down a very steep hill, which meant that we were struggling up the hill at midnight when we got back. The hotel has great potential but very little effort is made to bring it out.