Hotel Mare Blu
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... winding through villages. The middle of Italy is just a vast growing area and it was interesting to see yet another side of this country. Wind turbines are everywhere and we drove through a big mountain range at the start so the views were magnificent. The roads in Italy are shocking. Its quite funny they have judder bars to keep you awake every so often and we both commented that they weren't needed as the ...
Boiled the kettle (aka saucepan) for our first cup of tea. It's cold!! The rain only got heavier, so we decided to give the ride a miss and go for a Wienerschnitzel instead! After lunch we walked to another cafe to use their wifi. We started with hot chocolate and apple strudel, and finished with a beer! After dinner we chatted again with Adele and Trevor, then we watched a movie in bed! It's so ...
We got up early and did a 50km loop before the forecast storms. Was a lovely ride! We went over Passo Compolongo (opposite direction), Passo Falzarego and Passo Valparola. We snoozed when we got back to the van and had some warm left over curry for lunch. In the afternoon we spent time trying to fix the laptop, wandered through town and had a beer and a spritz before heading back to the van for dinner. It's bitterly cold! Bring back the hot days and balmy ...
We headed to the tourist office on our bikes (about 1.5km descent into town). We got a good cycling and a hiking map. Unfortunately the weather turned, the rain started. So we rode back to the van, got changed and walked back to Corvara. We stopped for lunch at Fornella - pizza and lasagne! A lovely way to spend the rainy day. Once the rain stopped we wandered through ...
... Order in a small monastery in the 13th century. It is situated right below where he lived in a cave and small dwelling prior to becoming Pope at the age of 79. There was an abbey built on the site which was destroyed by an earthquake so a new one was built in the 18th century. It was deconsecrated in the 19th century and served as a hospital, poorhouse, prison of war and normal prison until 1992. It is most likely there were ...