Meltar Boutique Hotel
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- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... through the toll! As you all know Mike is a very patient person and so this would be no problem sitting in a queue for a whole HOUR just to get off the motorway! As Mike scoured the map for any other possible route and also considered attempting to jump the queue and then push back in a little further up...however when towing a very large caravan this is not a very good idea and so we very patiently sat and sat and sat. Eventually we approached the toll booth with ticket ...
... the cable car! Once at the top it was as though we had arrived at some kind of Lunar landscape. I have never seen anything like it, one direction is all green and trees and the other is just pale coloured rocks and craters. At 2950 metres the views just went on and on in every direction and to make it better we had blue skies and not much cloud. I am now fully convinced that this place has to be the next ski destination and I will ...
... letting the water run off very well, there was so much in such a short time it was forming puddles in dips in the roof. We did what we could to fix it and retreated to the luxury of the caravan to play Uno and congratulate ourselves on not being in a tent! As we peered out the window at other people who were tenting with a river in the middle of their tent we felt very smug with our dry caravan and a nice cup of tea. Until... ...
The ride between Verona and Vicenza is around 70km and there is a choice of riding through the valley or hills or taking a train. Rodney rode through the hills and it was a challenging ride with a number of very steep hills. I took the train which allowed a little extra time to explore both Verona and Vicenza. Both Verona and Vicenza are well worth a ...
The first day of riding from Bolzano to Trento winds through orchids and vineyards. It is a 70km ride and there is a choice of a flat route following the river or with some hills and amazing views. We took the hill trail. It was hard work for a first day but we made it! The cycle paths are fantastic and even when on roads the traffic are very considerate of ...