Monaco Sport Hotel
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Monaco Sport Hotel Santo Stefano di Cadore
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Spent about 1.5 hours in the morning trying to sort out the rental car. When Darryn eventually got to the front of the line his card didn't work because they wanted to €500 on the card. Tried mine but it didn't work either. Internet on my phone had been working right until that point but decided not to work for 5 mins so we got bumped to the back of the line. Foot is really sore today. Same place I ...
... br> Soon I approach the lower section of Valparola pass and I am just hoping it will be open and sure enough it was.
This pass is for sure one of the greatest in the Alps. The road starts off by running along the lower section of the mighty high Dolomite rocks. Seeing these massive rock mountains is simply amazing. The sheer height of them is unbelievable and really have to be seen to be believed as a photo just does not do them justice.
The road finally twists ...
... to spot the crowd but not be in it. That way I knew I was on track and not too far lost. Spotting couples in gondolas and on bridges looking all romantic. Then you see the families taking family photos on bridges wearing the Venetian masks. The married for twenty year couple getting over the romance very quickly. We did enjoy a beautiful lunch and bottle of wine by a quiet canal before Wazza went back to the ship and I walked the lanes some more. I hope I find my way ...
We got another early start on our last day in Florence and since our train wasn't until 2:30 we had some time. Our hotel is right by a large outdoor market with never ending stalls of purses, scarves, leather jackets, belts, but somehow we missed the fact that the central market was inside the building right there in the middle of it! It's a foodie heaven - row after row of stalls selling meat, cheese, fish, pasta (dried and fresh), fruits & ...
This morning we caught the slow vaporetto which goes the length of the Grand Canal, then came back on it and got off at the Rialto Bridge, then walked and walked. We stopped in at San Salvador's church, which was cool and quiet and calm, after all the jostling outside, even though it wasn't very busy.
I wanted to sit down and have a coffee, but chose the wrong restaurant, as they charged an absolute fortune for coffee and cake. We should ...