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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the Dolomites and the view of the mountainside full of Larch trees and their fall colours was amazing. The architecture in that area has a definite Austrian feel. We reached the Passo Sella (Sella Pass), about 6,600 feet elevation where the mountainside had a layer of fresh snow. The view was not there. Cold and snowing. We took our chances and missed some amazing landscapes. It was time to head back, repack and continue our ...
... a old
bricked up station and just had to go and investigate.
old station was once called "Campodazzo Atzwang". The building was
still in good condition but sadly vandals have got inside and smashed all the
inside all the old books and even some old keys were still laying there on a
desk. Reading some of the books it seems it was still in use in 1994. The
railway was not closed but diverted and put ...
The 7 of us began our day with a delightful array of deli meats, yogurts and cakes. I wasn't sure if this was a typical Italian breakfast, german breakfast or if the hotel had some deal with the local grocer, but it was always good. If you glanced at the deluxe coffee machine, the hostess would appear and ask what she could make for you. This wasn't an extra service so much as a way of keeping guests away from the expensive toys. It was much appreciated though. We had spent ...
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Until 1920, this part of Italy was part of Austrian Hapsburg empire and the feel and look of the old city is more German than Italian. The city is officially dual language and culture. As in most Italian cities, high ...
... Little narrow cobbled streets everywhere with lots of tourist shops and tourists quietly wandering the streets. The tourists haven't dropped back here yet but I guess Lake Garda is a special place. We drove north towards Malcesine which was our next destination but there was absolutly nowhere to park the beast here so I said to Kerry we could cycle back here ...