- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... coffee shop and got out my map. I now had to make a decision as to what route I was going to take. The main route via Tirano is faster but is on main roads and is rather boring. The other route is all the way back up Stelvio and down the magical East pass which I took photos of earlier this morning.
By the time I finished my coffee I had made up my mind that it was the route back over Stelvio. Its much harder work than the main roads but also 100% more enjoyable.
... around the mountain peaks and we knew it was time to book it down - before we took some pictures, that is! :-)
We made record time getting down - and found the cable car just waiting for us. Raining rather hard by this time . .. Good to use the raincoats we have been carrying around with us this entire week! We loaded the vans and headed for the hotel, with only one stop at a sports store, where several of us ...
... the hotel - but some of us wanted to check out the shops in a nearby town . . . So we headed off once more! Back to Laurie's pink pants store! Jojo loved these pants and decided she needed a pair for herself! Watch out for the photos! :-)
Cyndy, Dave, and Colette also found some bargains .. Now - we have an hour until happy hour. Yikes! Have yet to shower or even glance at my pictures . . . Oh well . . .
... of the mountains for a 25 euro parking fee and just walk around them. The walk is not difficult and does not go up or down a lot. So it is relatively easy. There are certain places where if one suffers from vertigo, then should pass them without looking down too much. However it is not a "via ferrata" where one is climbing on some chains hammered into the side of the mountain.
Four days flew by and it was time to move on further south to the coast close to Comacchio by the Adriatic ...
... charm to it. The people running it are absolutely amazing too. They do everything they can't o make you feel welcome and at home. Only one of the people in Jorge accommodation speaks English and as a result I have been pulling out the German. I can tell you now, my German is horribly basic! Haha but (to give myself credit) it is really hard to speak German when in Italy and everyone else is speaking Italian. ...