Palace Hotel Moderno
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... was very different to what we did when in France with Venice being the obvious highlight but Verona and Bologna also being good. The cheaper prices of campsites after Pisa certainly helped as we weren't feeling ripped off and the lakes we stayed at were also very cool. We have now had our time on the hot southern European leg of our trip and are heading into mountainous Austria so it should be quite a change and there's only one way to find ...
... until the owners of the bowling alley & bar
opened, so they could let us in to our room. As it turned out the hotel
reception had been open all along – we just had not driven close enough to see
the lights. I left Laura unpacking and continued on with Malcolm, to help
navigate. And we drove to Verona train station to pick up Imogene. It took
nearly 2 hours to drive there – we collected her at 10.30pm (Malcolm should
have got Immy to ...
... instead of curtains. Tim, Laura and I are sharing a room, Lizzie &
Malcom in another and Ross & Greta in 2 other rooms.
After lunch we headed up to the event on the map “Foresta
del Cansiglio” – I got my first stint of European driving…15kilometres of
mountain road. I survived!
As I headed to the start it began to rain quite heavily. My
... in the shade) cycling round the lake and then trying to stop the water puddling on our porch awning during the couple thunder storms we had.
As the last day in Austria was Sarah's Birthday and also a Sunday, we decided to celebrate it a little later so on the first night in here we went to the on site restaurant for a meal, there wasn't a menu and we were given no choice on food so took the set menu ...
... is off the tourist map.
Warning this is a political comment. At a restaurant with locals on Tuesday night I had a conversation through an interpreter and it went political. It seems the north of Italy would like to break away from the south of Italy. I did get clarification that Florence would be the border. The reason is that they claim the north of Italy is what keeps Italy going and the south of Italy are free ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center