Hotel La Caminatha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... no less, by concentration camp victims in the second world war) and out the other side we chanced upon a duty free store (fags and alcohol are stupidly cheap here) where we could purchase a monthly Slovenian vignette for 30 euro and breathe a sigh of relief at not having to worry about being stopped by the cops and fined more than is humanly reasonable.
Overjoyed, we had a coffee and a **** to celebrate. Then it was off down the mountain to Bled, armed ...
Fussen to Sillian 155 miles Germany-Austria-Italy-Austria 155 miles of the most outstanding natural beauty I have ever seen. Recommended. Having done the only touristy thing we may be likely to do on this trip, Schloss Neuschwanstein, we took a day off and melted in the heat of central Europe. At last the temperatures have arrived, and with a vengeance. Fortunately we had a lake to jump in. Regularly. I don't usually do reviews or name places we stayed but, because of the sheer ...
... appalled at the idea of the early 7:30am start time, and Ben and I were appalled at the idea of anything graded 'easy'..... "Of course you could try the small Via Ferrata here above the village, it is shorter and would only take about 3 hours". Steph and Ellie much preferred this idea choosing to hear about how much shorter or cheaper it was, and not understanding that it would be a medium grade difficulty - not ...
Yippee!! We are here in Italy in the Dolomites. Campsite No 4 is called Miravelle and it's in a pretty little village called Campitello Di Fassa. It's a lovely site, again very clean and well presented. The location of it is amazing - we are in the bottom of the valley with the mountains rising up all around us and loads of trees too. Last night (Monday night) after we arrived we got the caravan pitched and decided it was time to enjoy ...
... it was off the Motorway and up again into the Dolomites. It's strange passing all the skiing slopes in mid summer, especially the Olympic Ski Jumps. We also passed a massive Road Cycle Race, fortunately on the other side as the Peloton was huge and there was no way to get past it. After about an hour of driving through the mountains we reached the campsite at Campitello di Fassa. 194 Miles but still a 7 Hour drive, completed safely anyway. ...