Seiser Alm Plaza
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Today we all slept in, Nicolas and Brodie till 8.30, Luca, Paul and I till 9.30! They have wooden shutters on the windows here and that definitely helps the kids sleep in! After our lazy morning, back up into the mountains we went with John and Daniela. We went to a beautiful spot where a cousin of Daniela and his family live. They have a restaurant, berry farm and donkeys. We had gone here not only to ...
... that was a nice change and good for me as it is all gluten free! After taking her home for her afternoon rest, we headed back down the mountain to Fiera, and met up with Anna, Nicola and Monica and headed up a different mountain to a beautiful wildlife look out tower, that Nicola (who is Anna's brother and an architect) designed. Unfortunately it was a little too soon after lunch and as we reached the look out tower, Brodie lost all his lunch :( he definitely takes ...
Today we went for breakfast in a cute little patisserie and caught up with Cecilia and Floriana, Paul's aunties. We then went for a walk through Fiera to take some photos, familiarize ourselves with the town, and took the kids to a gorgeous little park to burn off some energy. After a day in the car yesterday they had plenty to burn off! Today is also Nonna Mela's 86th birthday, so we had a big family lunch at a restaurant near our house. It ...
Today we left Florence, met John and Daniela on the Autostrada (freeway) and started our 4 hour journey to Trentino, up in the north of Italy in the Dolomites. We stopped for a quick lunch half way and arrived in Fiera, Trentino around 4pm. We first went to check out the apartment that John and Daniela have bought and renovated. It is fantastic and looks so different ...
... br> parallel to the main motorway (which appeared to be elevated on concrete piers
most of its route). The motorway was busy and even the local road was busy, Not
pleasant driving. This is a main north-south arterial route.
Stopped at Camping Corones. Luxurious site, with heated
sanitary facilities and a heated outdoor pool, but somehow we did not like it.
Full of Germans and very “ordered” parking.