Liberty Hotel Male
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in a restaurant on the path which was great. Getting into Trento was a bit tricky but we arrived at our very average hotel and then went to explore the town. Up the cable car for amazing views and then it rained for about two hours and we did get wet but not cold. Tea at a recommend restaurant was really good, the wine ...
... they spoke Italian, 2) they told us we would have to go north 20 KMs or south 10 KMs to find the internet. We had a wonderful meal in a local Trattoria where Carlo, the owner, served us and made the meal. On Saturday night we we're the only guests. The ride today was spectacular, riding down the valley with multi-thousand foot cliffs on either side. We also found grapes and apples. Both the vines and the trees were ladened to bursting with fruit. Pictures ...
19 September 2014 - Last Day in Spello!
This morning was spent in our room mainly – packing and getting ourselves organized. Then we decided to stay local and just do all the bits and pieces we said we still wanted to do in Spello. So we had coffee in the cafe which has an amazing garden and view; then we looked at all the shops and went back to the church to have a final look at the Pinterucchio paintings in the chapel, which are as outstanding as we have seen. We next ...
... from an old wooden look out and a walk around the area. Wine tasting followed at the outlet next to our hotel and of course a bottle purchased and half drunk before dinner. A check of local restaurants revealed Fischebank which is a Bruschetta specialist cafe. We shared the local special which was like a deconstructed bruschetta with great cheese and a glass of LeGrein. A wonderful day and excited to be setting off for Trento in the ...
... going south. I have attached some proof. Last night we ate at our hotel, which was build in the 1500's, and after dinner they cleared the tables in the center of the room, dimmed the lights and two accordion players start playing old German songs. Every person in the room knew the words to the songs, as evidenced by them all singing along, and ...