Locanda Borgo Antico
Travel Blogs from Condino
... fresh organic mozzarella, and fresh rolls! We also gone a giant apple! We saw a bunch of apple trees for. The train on the way here and I couldn't believe the size of them we saw in the store! Then Sara and pat did a load of laundry while me and David went around town exploring and taking some pictures! It feels so good to be in Italy again, even if half the town is really German/Austian! It's interesting how on a trip like this every little piece of paper or cracker you buy ...
... the entire way for about an hour and half, climbing the old road around the lake. While that sounds terrible we strangely enjoyed it and it was fun coming down! When we got to the top there were just a few little villages with the roads not really going anyway and loads of cyclists. We have again been amazed by the Italian (European?) love of proper cycling gear. A dad going for a ride with his kid looks like he's ...
... go although we didn't stay long because it was a bit chilly and Olivia started chattering plus we also had to get dinner sorted. Now I am in the bad books because I made Jess's favourite, Lemon Chicken, and we had all finished except for Allegra who is not generally a dinner fan and Jess was in the van making some pudding for the girls and I polished off Allegra's left overs without offering any to Jess. Sometimes you can't ...
... went to check out the lake that the campsite sits on and it is a nice small lake, very peaceful with a little beach which is very different from the site on Lake Garda. We had some lunch and then got packed up to go out shopping as the cupboards were starting to run low. We found the supermarket after doing a lap of the town due to a map-reading error and got our supplies. Choosing pasta is quite a battle in Italy, just about a whole ...
I woke at 7.00am so snuck out of the room to write my diary
and chat to John on facebook. Greta & Immy arrived at 9.30am to use the
internet while Malcolm and Lizzie headed into Asiago to photocopy maps. Laura
was still in bed when they arrived so we had a late breakfast then headed into
Asiago to run a sprint course that Malcolm set. The boys came too and found a
place to hire bikes – 20 Euros for 24 hours, so ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility