Hotel Villa Miravalle
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews San Damianu Sartène
Travel Blogs from Riva Del Garda
... some time out to think about spending my battery-charging days in a quiet and beautiful city of north-east Italy, Venice. When I told my room-mate that I am going to Venice, he said "You could also visit Sirmione if you get some extra time". I looked it up on the internet, and after looking at the result I decided that I am dropping out Venice and going to Sirmione. Google Maps said it’s a place in kind of middle ...
... hunrgry and foodless so we dropped our bags and headed to find something open late on a Sunday evening. One of the few open restaurants was an Austrian-Italian establishment with menu items foreign to us. While we tried to decipher German words, we shared a large pretzel which was brought to the table hanging from a hook in the bread basket. We then shared a typical Austrian meal of stinco (roast pork leg), dumpling, cabbage (what Luigi calls ...
After spending the morning wandering round Riva del Garda we travelled in to Limone sul Garda for a lovely wander round the cobbled streets and lunch. We had mussels and fish for lunch so in the evening we went to the beach hut for burger and chips and wine for ...
We are off to Venice,well actually Abano Terme known for its hot springs and mud baths. Today we are pretty well going to transverse the country from one side to the other. We will be making some stops along the way. The first one was at a delightful little village, Sirmlone situated on a peninsula sticking out into Lago Garda. It is famous for it's natural beauty, castle ...
The place we stayed in Barbaresco was really excellent. They did eventually stop unloading grapes, seemingly around midnight and in the morning after a great breakfast we got shown round the winery; Casa Boffa. The owner was the 3rd generation of the wine makers and his son was learning the business. They had 10 acres of vineyards, rented a bit more and produced 30,000 bottles a year. The upper part of the winery ...