La Perla Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... I came up yesterday.
After taking the fork the road down this section heads down into a massive deep valley and gently drops as it hugs the edge of the mountain.
After about 5 or so miles the valley becomes narrow and the road starts twisting its way down a magical pass in all directions. Some of the pass has been reconstructed over the years and various sections of old road can be seen as I descend.
The old road is even more twisty than the new and ...
... the room or pay now. She said it is part of the half board cost of the room, you only pay for the drinks. Well I was gob smacked, what a great dinner in any case, but the deal fantastic. 27.10.14 Got up to a car covered in a very heavy frost, took about twenty minutes with the motor running and the trusty Medicare Card to get some visibility. Drove to Toblach in the Dolomites and entered that fantastic National Park. Stunning ...
Today we began the mammoth task of packing and then saying goodbye to everyone as this was our last day in Trentino. I've decided I'm brave enough to have a crack at driving! So I did a little driving yesterday and today I drove us up the mountain to San Martino. Paul forgot to sort out his international license before we left and has been driving without it so I figure its not much different me driving :) ...
... into her garden to pick some apples. She was very instant that we do this! We are now traveling around with a massive bag of apples, so Daniela and I have decided we will make it a challenge to see if we can all finish them before we leave Italy! Cecilia (Daniela's sister) cooked us dinner at Daniela's house, and the boys were very happy that Igor came too. They have grown quite fond of him! Photos on Paul's phone so will have to add them ...
... more mechanized than an American one. It's getting late as I reach Bolzano. The train passes through a large industrial area, and then the train drops me off in front of a couple austere Mussolini era buildings and statues. Definitely doesn't feel like the Alps here. I check in to a hostel, chat a bit with my roommate, an American from Idaho who somehow landed a gig caretaking for a farm in Tuscany! Right now he's ...