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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... I may have even managed to watch some Turkish TV or somesuch........... And, next morning, we hit the road and headed for Lake Garda. We arrived fairly early and whilst the first camp was chockers, we high-tailed it to another we'd passed nearby and got there before the other 4 vans who'd also arrived in the queue at fhe last place. Nice camp and we got a good spot just above the "gravel beach", and as it was still early, we unloaded the bikes and cycled along ...
We rode through the Adige River Valley between two massive dolomite mountain ranges carved by glaciers. Apples, pears, grapes also lined our journey. It was like a picture postcard all the wary, hard to take your eyes off it and easier to keep riding 70kms. The cycle path was flat and long in places and we stopped ...
Today we found Italy! We rode for about 80 KMs and arrived at Aldeno just south of Trento. This is a small town with no hotels. After talking to the local gentleman, who assured us there was a hotel, we found four or five others who assured us there was none. Finally, we found someone who knew of a B&B which fortunately had a last room available. We took it. They served us juice and pears to refresh us. The things that convinced us that we were in Italy were ...
... a walk because we needed to move – on the outskirts of the walled part of Spello. We did discover a great shoe shop and I bought some black patent leather shoes. Craig bought a winter vest and we found a good bakery store. Dropped some stuff off into the car and then we had a lovely lunch at La Cantina di Spello on the main road into Spello just before Piazza della Republica. We loved theantipasto of sforzino di potatoes with ricotta cheese (with parmesan) and truffles drizzled over ...
... from an old wooden look out and a walk around the area. Wine tasting followed at the outlet next to our hotel and of course a bottle purchased and half drunk before dinner. A check of local restaurants revealed Fischebank which is a Bruschetta specialist cafe. We shared the local special which was like a deconstructed bruschetta with great cheese and a glass of LeGrein. A wonderful day and excited to be setting off for Trento in the ...