Hotel Il Falchetto
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to Verona a change of trains and then on to Milano. Our taxi driver was a bit late because of traffic. He decided to take us down the Roman road to avoid the main roads. This was small and in Aus is it would be one lane/way only. Not here! He gave us a lovely history lesson on the way. He once again raised the issue that these people feel like Southern Austrians rather than Italians. We made the station ...
... We settled into bed, Sue earlier than Richard who was booking tickets for our next 2 train rides - Trento to Milan and then Milan to Cinque Terre. It is the busy summer season so there were quite a few seats already sold out. In the middle of the night the storm hit, and what a storm! Hail pelted the windows and the wind roared around the castle. We felt very safe with 3 foot wide stone walls. We feel the house move and windows rattle at home with winds like this but this place was rock ...
... reign of Margarete Maultasch, and then to the Emperor Maximilian I. In 1531, it became the property of the Prince-Bishop of Trento Bernardo Cles. In about 1900 it was sold to a German company and underwent some rather hasty refurbishment, which had it turned into a hotel and restaurant. In 1956 it was bought by Mario Oss and still belongs to his family today. The castle boasts two surrounding walls: a Medieval part, comprising ...
... was still looking for Sue some way a away. If only we had had time to share phone numbers in the morning as Richard had a working phone now! Anyway back Bryan went again to find Richard and they eventually arrived. The sun was beating down and it was quite hot. We were told that we were now going down a long hill along a road to Lake Kalterersee. Sue was amazed at how far down it was and the road was indeed steep. When we arrived at the lake Annabel and Bryan had ...
... showing Arthur and Charlegmane, panels illustrating the love story of Tristan and Iseult, as well as the story of Garel of the Blooming Valley. I think the original goals of the frescos was to help the rather lowly Vintler brothers gain status in the Tyrolean aristocracy, but if you look closely you can learn a lot about about the culture and styles of the day. I snapped a few photos of the frescos.