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... the big monuments in the centre of the city I ventured a little bit further to the Tridente area. This was a slice of paradise and I enjoyed all it had to offer including: - the Spanish steps and at the base the Barcaccia fountain designed by Bernini's father. This was still running on the ancient Roman aqueducts - Piazza Del Popolo which houses a huge Egyptian Oblisk stolen by the Romans - it's one of the last 20 surviving in the world - Church of Santa Maria del ...
... is for sure one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. The owners are just fantastically friendly and go out their way to make your stay so much better.
The place was extremely busy with tourists and it was now I was beginning to wonder if they have any free rooms. I soon find the kind lady who runs the place and she unfortunately tells me she has no rooms available.
With no rooms available she gets on the phone and soon tells me there is a hotel about 6 ...
... fairground rides to ice skating and sledging etc and is the kind of place family's would come for a day out.
As I still have quite a few miles to go and have done about 120 miles since I last filled the fuel tank I decided to stop here and get some fuel. However I had forgotten something and that is that this is Italy where getting fuel for tourists is a pain in the neck.
As of every previous trip here one struggles to work these petrol pumps. They are ...
... scenery, paid the €24 and went to the top car park, the little Peugeot nearly blew a valve. Walked around up top, but being on slippery ice next to steep slopes is not my idea of fun, we looked around and went into the lovely town of Misurina and had lunch. Back to our Hotel to plan the next part of the journey. Been pretty lucky with the weather and roads as we don't have snow chains at all. Another great day on our ...
... the food and restaurants definitely had a German/Austrian feel (and menu) in them.
From Wikipedia, I've learned that Bolzano was recognized as the #1 city in Italy in 2010 for quality of life. In 2011, Bolzano came in second to Bologna. After visiting both of these cities, we understand why -- we loved them both.
From Bolzano, we drove back down Lake Garda and stayed at Sirmione, a little community ...