Stiera Sport & Vacanza Villaggio
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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For some time, since travelling in Europe we have noticed that there are very few HDs. OK, where we have been is not the kind of country that you would expect big open road tourers, but its also where we have seen them. However, daily we see more BMW GSs that are probably registered in all of NZ. Granted it’s the highest selling model in the adventure / tourer market, which is huge, but you would expect to see some ...
... I was feeling very shy even though lots of the guests spoke English. They barbecued lobster tail for dinner, toasted with champagne at midnight (as you walk around the room kissing everyone's cheeks), and then warmed up very strong french cheese on the fire and served it with bread as fondue after the toast. French traditions are so fun!
Following the suggestion of the Dauphins team manager, today we visited a small medieval mountain village, Luceram. I won't write ...
Thursday 9 October
A few different cats and kittens came to visit in the morning. It seems that the village is slowly being overrun to the point where I am sure there are more cats than people.
Had a lovely lunch on the harbor. Bruce had an incredible pasta dish with a light baked
Friday 10 October
We continued our exploration of Triora. We ...
Tuesday 7 October
The weather did not cooperate today. The highlight was dinner in a little restaurant in Molini di Triora.
It was a five course feast of home cooked Italian fare. Two courses of antipasta, then all sorts of pasta, then meat dishes. We were all so full we couldn't fit in dessert.
Wednesday 8 October
St Paul de Vence was our ...
Day 294 5 hrs, 11.1 kms It's nighttime. The train crosses a long bridge across a gorge before reaching Cuneo on a plateau on the other side. I wander around the quiet streets, to the main plaza and back to the edge of town--but realize I'm going to have to hike all the way across the gorge bridge to find a secluded camping spot. Next morning there's a more cheery atmosphere. It's the first day of school and parents are taking their smartly dressed kids off to ...