Hotel La Baita
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and bought food and drinks and had dinner at home, lovely day all around. 31.10.14 Up at a reasonable hour, had a great breakfast, then headed into Cortona for a walk around exploring and shopping. Can't believe the size of the streets cars drive in within the city limits, crazy. Went to the supermarket and got some dinner for tonight in our apartment. Had lunch and back to the room to chill out, booked an extra night at this place. 1.11.14 ...
... town. English was the primary language there with all those tourists! On the last night we had a lovely meal at a nice restaurant in Lezzeno (a tiny town with only 2 restaurants as best we could tell). The food was simple but good and the service was delightful. We drove to the Milan airport the next day, turned in the car and checked into an airport hotel. We had dinner in a restaurant at a restaurant just behind ...
... got to Trento, which was luckily only another 20 minutes away, I went to the nearest shop to buy Luca a new outfit. As he was now starving we went straight to lunch. We also met up with Emmanuela, who is studying at university in Trento and lives here Monday to Friday with 2 girlfriends. They all travel back home to Trentino for the weekends. After lunch we had a look around one of the beautiful piazza's, a very quick spot of shopping, an ...
Having spent the day in Monaco, and, I have to say, feeling a little...ummm...deflated....I was going to say disappointed, but that's a bit strong. Monaco on a non-race weekend is quite a different place, and just doesn't have that "wound-up to bursting point" feel that it does on F1GP weekend. We strolled around the place, went up to the Palace, but didn't go in since Treas had been last time we were here, and I'm feeling a bit ...
We rode through the Adige River Valley between two massive dolomite mountain ranges carved by glaciers. Apples, pears, grapes also lined our journey. It was like a picture postcard all the wary, hard to take your eyes off it and easier to keep riding 70kms. The cycle path was flat and long in places and we stopped ...