Hotel Ideal Park
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... opulence now). Food fantastic as they prepared a late lunch on our arrival Saturday.
Sunday saw us leave Trento following city exploration and head west to Valle Felicita/Monte Grappa - again - as base for Venice. Passing Lago Calazzona which was picturesque we travelled through myriad of tunnels again to arrive in our favourite little town for another 2 nights stay with Sebastiano and ...
... can still make their way inside in the vein hope to find love. No Italian day would be complete without gelato and with Jason the gelato king we sourced a great place for traditional anchovy pasta then delicious gelato!! My last day in Rome was one of the most spellbinding days of my life - The Vatican. Jason and I walked there from the hostel and as soon as we crossed the Via Zanardelli bridge and saw St Peters I knew this place was something special. We wound our ...
... 30 minutes they gave up, put a do not use sign on the door, which everyone, ignored, and sent the train on. Luckily this train was an earlier one than the one we planned to take. So even with it being delayed 30 minutes we got to Munich at the same time we thought we would. In Munich I bought an ok bratwurst, not so good apple strudel, and a big pretzel with something weird in it (sour cream and chives I think?). Sara got some sort of chicken thing.... We met the parents on ...
... walk by the river where everybody seems to gather on sunday! Lots of bicycles. Places to have a coffee or a gelato. Bridges and walks under the trees. A little further, you can go up the mountain, and actually reach Ritter by foot, which I did not do, having not the correct shoes. I reached Ritter all right, but with the Seilbahn ;-)
Form Jane and Michel's terrace, there is a lovely view on the vineyards, then a fortress, ...
... valley that will take me to the vast plains of Northern Italy once again. Trento itself still has a bit of a mountain feel, snuggled right up against some steep slopes. Not far from the station is an old tower I decide to check out, and inside I find a different sort of display. It's a video/photograph/written display of the bombing of Trento by the Allies in World War II. Much of the city was destroyed--but this tower was spared. ...