- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking hotel
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Inside the station I bought a ticket at the desk for me and my bike and shortly after I was on the train! It was only abut 15 minutes and I was in my final destination for the day. The hotel I booked was on the other side of town since I planned to be riding to it not taking at train, so it was about 20 minutes tell I got there. Finally around 7:30pm I was in my room, showered and then went down to the restaurant for some fresh pasta! Needless to say I slept pretty well! ...
... very spectacular and the scenery just amazing. Neither of us played very well since we are just out of practice but the course was immensely impressive. It's only open a few more weeks and does not open again until March, for obvious reasons. Any golfers our there who are passing by should try it.
As we played today we discussed how it must have been ...
... storm has passed and with our jumpers on, we ate breakfast on the terrace enjoying the view of the lake. It's all very pleasant but if the weather is poor which seems to be a frequent occurrence, it's a pretty dull place, there are lots of people wandering round drinking coffee in cafes and little else to do.
We drove north along the lakeside, the road is quite narrow with a rock wall on one side and drop on the other, I had to concentrate ...
... some potted chilli plants. After strolling past thousands of flower beds, we located a 'forbidden garden' containing a number of poisonous plants. Odd artistic skulls were positioned to add that personal charm. Later on we found ourselves in some kind of plant underworld complete with a statue of Cerberus guarding the gates. The audio tour was completely in German but it seemed English was not on the menu so we gave it a shot. I came out probably stupider from the experience ...
Bolzano was our last stop in Italy on the way to Salzburg. We could have opted for Verona, but decided on this charming city high in the Alps for an overnight stop. Our hotel was on the city's main square and we arrived in time for a full blown outdoor fashion show scheduled for the evening of ...