Hotel La Baita
Travel Blogs from Andalo
A nice sunny day to depart Milan Once again we have a good group of people on tour. This time Greg has Rose with him and we also have Lyn and David from Mansfield, Vic.,Geoff and Pepi from Avalon, Mike and Lee from Clareville, Yoka from Careel Bay, and Ron, Jan and myself make up the twelve travellers. We left Milan and travelled on motorways to Trento for lunch. As we got closer to the alps the scenery became more beautiful with ...
... entire World production of sunglasses, hats and watches, 2) No repetitive tat shops with the same fashions and dodgy souvenirs. Plus no timeshare touts – is this becoming a dying art due to the disaster in most housing markets?
We have found one Italian Co-op supermarket which supplies all the necessities of basics shopping booze, beans and bread. Not so amazingly, a UK National Holidays bus passed by although we ...
... people heading up the mountain on their bikes. There would have been many thousands of people - all ages, all sizes. Lots of kids with their parents. It was not hard to imagine Hamish doing this in a few years time. Their enthusiasm was a delight to watch.
After we ate our lunch, we decided to get the Brommies out and cycled a further 2 Km up the mountain (and about 350 metres in height). Yes kids, I cycled up quite a steep ...
... it could earn us a visit to their lovely rooftop garden and terrace. The first post is the view from our airbnb.com place. Thank you Dave, Darlene, Liam and Rowan for leading us to 'your place' from last year and for instilling in us the confidence that our kids are at the right age to develop a passion for travel. Your advice has been helpful. The first video is to make the Casey/Scarlett's feel like you are all back and peering out from the ...
... with the Giro d'Italia passing through a couple of days before we do, they will make a mammoth effort to clear the remaining snow.
Sunday May 18
His take on the week-end:
How quickly a culture changes. While still actually in Italy, the dominant language is Austrian and there is a very evident German influence. Example number one, is that nobody is running around with ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet