Hotel Gasthof Gruner Baum

Address: Stadtplatz 7, Glorenza, South Tyrol Province, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39020, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Stadtplatz 7, Glorenza.
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      Lost, again!

      A travel blog entry by allanski on Jul 26, 2014

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      Totally confusing town. Lots of signs heading into town. lots of exit roads on both sides of the river, but no bloody sign. As soon as I got to the centre of town the signs would disappear.


      I headed out of direction, just a few kilometers then I turned and headed back. Tried another road but the took me back up the mountain, so I turned around. Tried another road, still no signs, so I pulled into a service station and asked. Si si (pointing the way ...

      Best driving experience?

      A travel blog entry by allanski on Jul 26, 2014

      6 photos

      ... Austria looking for a bloody sign. They don't have many. As you approach a town you'd think you will just follow the road straight through and come out on the other side. Not so.


      Several towns have a lack of signs with road numbers or bigger cities, so I had to stop a couple of times and go into a petrol station and look at their maps - pretending to want to buy one - and then I had some ...

      1743. Apple Valley

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 02, 2013

      26 photos

      Day 286 4 hrs, 4.4 kms I do stop in a fairly large city on the way. I do want to get a better feel for this unique Italian-Austrian region. It feels strange to get off a train and immediately find myself in a town--almost feels like I'm cheating or something! It also feels strange to walk block after block, and the city just continues and continues... I've gotten used to villages that take 10 to 15 minutes to cross. Finally ...

      1742. A Good Stopping Point

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 02, 2013

      32 photos

      ... a cozy traditional village, where people paint murals of saints on their exterior walls and where the natural landscape is suddenly transformed into cozy little twisted alleys. And a castle! Yep, another castle. This one is quite a beauty, with a tall tower rising above the main walls. Turns out, this castle is used as a university campus, so I can go inside and at least check out the courtyard. From hear I cross an open ...

      1741. The Underwater Village

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 01, 2013

      20 photos

      ... what I suspected is true: a village had to be flooded when the dam was built, and this church tower is all that is left to the eye from this now underwater town. It seems both sad and poetic... The sun is setting as I reach my third village of Curon Venosta. Here I give into temptation, and opt for a warm bed again instead of camping out. It does seem to be a lot colder on this side of the mountain for some reason. And so ends a beautiful ...