Travel Blogs from Silvi Marina
Woken up by loads of loud trains interspersed with insistent chirruping of budgie..... Went shopping in morning to aldi look alike except it didn't have the chocolate... Went for a swim. Had a forced siesta when we got locked in site from 2-4. Amazing not a tweet of a budgie, or a marital squabble is allowed to interrupt siesta. Certainly ...
Arrived in all singing all dancing Italian campsite next to beach. Packed in like sardines. Hole in ground toilet. Swimming pool, shop, restaurant. Tokens for showers. Electric that shuts itself off. Loads of kids, arguing couples. Beach ok if any Italian beach can be ok in summer. Too hot to cycle into ...
We left the vineyard late as we decided as we were not going far we would have lunch first. This was fine as the location was great for a quite picnic, we left at about two so we had an hour and a half drive to the new site! Unknown to me the satnav had other ideas, it decided to take us up a narrow lane in places no wider than the van which I handled ...
... fitted on the car and crawled up the winding road to the town of Corvara. We arrived at our accommodation bedraggled but excited. The hotel Colalto reminded me of the grand Budapest hotel. The staff were dressed in Hedi like frocks and the waiters were all older gents in smart black suits. Check the photos to get the full idea. Because Corvara is getting close to the Austrian boarder the cuisine was no longer Italian more like Miss ...
... present during the Angulus, with the response from the faithful.
The city, on a high hill no less, is surrounded by imposing walls, with the usual narrow gates controlling entry into the city. Having missed our one opportunity to park close to the city centre (all one way streets), ended up parking close to the cemetry, a reasonable distance from Porta S. Giacomo. The walk to and from the ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet