Hotel Stella Alpina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... marker has a wrought iron cross rather than gravestone, and in front of the marker is fresh soil with fresh flowers. Many folks were milling about the cemetery, most in traditional German clothing. We took a seat in the huge church; it was gorgeous inside-- very cathedral like. It kept filling up, then before we knew it, the band from last night (marching through the town at 11pm, 1am etc) played outside the church. After their songs, they paraded into church ...
... we left-- very bad move. The Varenna train station was packed, and also closed. So we couldn't print out our ticket, nor validate it. We boarded the train (after much confusion from everyone there over which track and which side) and prayed several Memorares and Hail Mary's; thankfully, the conductor did not come down the aisleway to check tickets. Rick Steves mentions a 50 Euro fine; I was thinking we might be tossed off the train or thrown in jail. The highlight ...
... of time and settled in for our 2 x 1 and 1/2 hr train trips. Two things that have amazed us here are 1. The number of vineyards and grapes - they are everywhere! Soooooo many grapes, no wonder local wine is cheap here. 2. The number of castles - if there is a flat or even a small ridge or shelf up high there is a castle on it!! Our Tyrolian adventure is over as we have now travelled from North to South ...
... that we had a glimpse of our Castel-home. We wandered around the streets as the shops opened up, had a coffee, and looked at few little shops in the old area. There was a storm predicted today and we could see some clouds but it did not look close yet. We decided to find the walking path up to the Castello. It was steep - very steep!! Sue was glad that she had been training on the Springwood steps. This made us realise how well placed these castles really are. Dinner was ...
... towers as accommodation. The imposing Castel Pergine overlooks the Upper Valsugana and Lake Caldonazzo. Because of its strategic position guarding the Via Claudia Augusta Altinate, Historians use to think Pergine Castle rises on the site of an old prehistoric fortress, which later became a Roman settlement; later on, it was transformed into a Longobard stronghold. Erected in the 13th century, it belonged to the Dukes of Austria, ...