Almhof Tophotel Nauders
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- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Pets allowed
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We say 'Buongiorno' and they say 'Guten morgen'!? Yes we were confused also. We are still in Italy but they are all German up in the Alps. German is spoken and written first and Italian comes secondary. The borders were shifted 100 years ago and they ain't giving up their heritage. Funny thing is the borders up here are Switzerland and Austria! Our first ...
Wow! We think of NZ as beautiful but up here it it stunning. Only small parts of the South Island can even come close this. We started the journey with a 50min trip up the mountain and the driver emptied us in a car park that was 100 meters from the Austrian border! It was very cool ...
... this year we were told. Talk about luck. So we went on inside and I said to Dave "I wonder if Mark Chong is competing?" We watched a few races and then I spotted Mark, I was sure it was him, I really don't know how though as the all look the same with their skin suits and helmets on. When he won by more than half a lap I knew it must have been Mark I couldn't make out what the announcer was saying, but Dave thought he said Mark's name, then I spotted ...
... the dessert which was great as I love strudel and the custard that went with it had a hint of lemon as well as vanilla.
The scenery of Livigno was dramatic with the snow-capped forests and when I did snowshoeing it was lovely to walk through the forests above the hotel and follow a path that ended up in the town. And if anyone wants to try something new, I particularly recommend Telemark skiing as it is a ...
Totally confusing town. Lots of signs heading into town. lots of exit roads on both sides of the river, but no bloody sign. As soon as I got to the centre of town the signs would disappear.
I headed out of direction, just a few kilometers then I turned and headed back. Tried another road but the took me back up the mountain, so I turned around. Tried another road, still no signs, so I pulled into a service station and asked. Si si (pointing the way ...