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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we all slept in, Nicolas and Brodie till 8.30, Luca, Paul and I till 9.30! They have wooden shutters on the windows here and that definitely helps the kids sleep in! After our lazy morning, back up into the mountains we went with John and Daniela. We went to a beautiful spot where a cousin of Daniela and his family live. They have a restaurant, berry farm and donkeys. We had gone here not only to ...
Today we went up to San Martino in the morning to Nonna Mela's house for a visit, and to take her out for lunch. She knitted Paul and I a cardigan each, and bought the boys all a T-shirt which was really nice. Nicolas wanted to learn how to knit so she is teaching him, it is very cute to watch. We went to a restaurant in San Martino, and now that we are in the north, the food has changed a little and we can get polenta, salsiccia and tosella, (a really yummy fried ...
... to catch up with more of the family that we haven't seen for some years, and to spend some time with Nonna Mela who was so happy to see us and especially the kids. We also went to see Cecila, Livio and Igor's new house, and since Igor has a spare bed in his room Nicolas has invited himself for a sleepover. We had a quiet afternoon in, and dinner in our apartment. We've been doing so much eating it was nice to have a simple meal of chicken and ...
... we saw it 6 years ago and it was an empty dark attic. We then drove to Claudia's apartment where we are staying. It is a 2 minute drive from John and Daniela's place in Fiera, in the next suburb called Tonadico. It is a great 2 bedroom apartment, and we are very lucky that Claudia has lent it to us for the week! After unpacking we headed back to Daniela and Johns for ...
... un-metered and unrestricted) is also included
in the 18 euro/night fee.
We then walked into town and on to the Latemar 2200
chairlift which was a couple of km out of town. Rode up to the very top, had
lunch – rather cool, due to a northerly wind – and walked down. Unfortunately,
as we neared the bottom, the rain started, forcing us to take shelter under the