TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Panorama Molveno
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... realised we weren't on the right path at all, we
weren’t even in the right valley. Not to worry, we re-planned the route and
carried on. The walk took us towards the town of Terlago and the Lago di
Terlago before heading round Monte Mezzana and climbing back up to the village
of Covelo and on the village of Monte Terlago where our campsite is. The walk
was lovely, past vineyards and apple orchards.
Saturday 20th July
... on the road is German and they dominate the campsite. Even the menus in the restaurants feature wurst and
We ate out tonight. Just after we had sat down, a big group of Italian women arrived (at least 25 to 30) and took their seats. The next thing, one of them stood up and started singing a beautiful refrain as a couple and their baby walked in. It was clearly a celebration for the new baby. Later that evening and once we were back in the ...
... it can be bottled! No wonder it is so expensive! We then had the chance to taste all the varieties they produce - it was delicious!
We then headed out to Maranello, stopping for a peek at Pavarotti's grave site, then arriving at the Ferrari factory. There were crowds of people about - also lots of Ferraris in the streets as well - it's a very popular tourist attraction. Sally had mentioned that they offered rides in the cars - at a cost - and as soon as we got our ...
... valley between mountains and as the main city of the region has numerous industries as well as a couple of universities. German is actually the main language, but most people are fluent in Italian as well, and all the road signs and street names are written in both!
We had some free time so we walked around the streets, before returning to the coach and being driven up one of the surrounding mountains to a spot where we ...
... aristocrats from Austria. Then in WW2 was used to house the prominent prisoners from Dachau Concentration camp and they were held here as hostages. The hotel reels of old stories. It is like stepping back in time. Huge dinning rooms and bars, all set up for the 1920's just there is no one here.
The Lake itself is very busy with bus loads of tourists and walkers coming up to do the view and hikes. We could do an over night ...