- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as you will see by the photos.
Our first stop is the town of Dobbiaco, or Toblach as the locals would have it. It’s a typical alpine town. We are impressed by the churchyard. Every gravesite is immaculately tended. You can see that no one is forgotten here. There is one monument with two brothers who died in the 2nd. World War.
From Dobbiaco we take the spectacular highway south towards Cortina. The remarkable Dolomite peaks surround us, with ...
... we arrive. Cesar’s phone GPS runs out of battery just as we arrive at the village of Maranza, where our lodgings are located. There is no one around. Finally an elderly lady leans out of a window. She knows Ms. Elizabeth Oberhofer, the host and directs us up to the church. Past the church, lost again, I find a night porter outside a nearby hotel. He laughs and points to a large chalet. Illuminated in lights on the roof is the name “Oberhofer”! We have arrived! ...
... at the hotel around 6pm and settled in,Castelrotto is a picturesque town, more Germanic then Italian and overshadowed by the mighty "Scilar" (it's a mountain) at 2450 m. We have spent the past 2 days walking in and around the hills near to Castelrotto, Kate experienced her first trip in a cable car yesterday and her first "tinkle" in the woods today ! Our hotel Cavallino D'Oro is very nice and the staff very ...
... and won't hit a coast again until before we cross to Sweden. Still feel sorry for the Europeans, in that, from what we have seen up until the present, they don't have a decent beach.
Driving north takes us briefly through Italy, then into Slovenia. Slovenia another surprise with bugger all tourists (mostly kayakers), scenery along the Italian border to rival Switzerland, and another clean one. For those who prefer 'the nature', a much preferred destination than ...
... poor although we did get to see some brilliant ice structures and an underground water stream. By early afternoon visibility on the glacial surface was still pea soup quality but we still decided to get some experience skiing in low visibility conditions. While Tish left early to make a massage appointment, Andrew persisted on the slopes until 4:30 pm. His experience was much akin to skiing in the ...