Hotel delle Alpi
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Passo Tonale
... sheer cliffs and a high density of narrow, deep and long valleys. Spectacular landscapes of international significance marked by steeples, pinnacles and rock walls. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Area. Arriving at our destination of Trento, our base in northern Italy, in the dark, with me trying to play navigator using the iPad was a challenge. One wrong turn and we were stuck in a 2 kilometre long tunnel going to Austria. We did ...
... usual here in Italy its a nightmare for tourists to get fuel thanks to those
stupid machines with no instructions.
news was there in Bormio is a garage with a chap who serves you and so i made
sure i went there.
great little bike had now done 211 miles since its last fill up and only took
10.2ltr to fill. That is a staggering 93 miles/gallon, over 20km for every
litre!! Fantastic mileage to say the least.
Hi everyone, we are in my favorite place outside of America :-)!!! Italy!!! We left Garmish, Germany this morning at 8:00 and took the Bernina Express through the Swiss and Italian alps to just across the Swiss border into Tirano, Italy. It was about a four hour train trip through what can I say but awe inspiring scenery! Just beautiful, regardless of which way you looked! I'm sorry to say that the ...
... Forcola pass. We both stopped for coffee and cake and met up and headed into Livigna before driving back to our hotel near the border. In the afternoon we hunted through the local church graveyards and found many, many Polla's including some who we think we're direct descendants. We stopped at a very unassuming pizza shop for some food and I had the best sage and butter ravioli ...
... headed back down, Erin ahead as she aimed to get reach the last place she used her compass. We ambled down slowly and carefully. After about 45 mins we stopped at an arranged point and waited for Erin. Thankfully she had been successful in finding her compass and we headed along a high path back to the road end. It was still quite a walk but the views along the way were so worth it. Once at the road end we walked easily down the road till we met Corrado ...