Garni Lago Nembia
Travel Blogs from San Lorenzo in Banale
... was very steep and curvy, serpentine you might say. We finally made our way to the entrance where there is a one lane dirt road. There is a red and green light at the entrance. The green light was on so we started down the road. We finally arrived at our hotel. It is quite lovely. We overlook the lake. We are now sitting by the pool. it is lovely.
... as if by magic (the work involved is stupendous) however, it was good practise and we joined the autostrada safely at the bottom of the lake and arrived at Garlate after a stop for lunch at a service station.
I'll keep this short...and leave it to the ...
... we read and memorised the instructions – “600m after the roundabout, petrol station on the right, turn sharp left after a row of shops” which we did and it was narrow(ish) with
an Italian seemingly unwilling to come out so that we could get in and unblock the road. Anyway he was no match for us and we rolled into Camping Al Porto..
No problem booking here for 3 nights on a maxi-pitch (Italian ...
... the hotel is near the major Trento exit (making it relatively easy to reach Monte Panarotta). We will have to make a quick getaway and are not hopeful of being able to get very far up the mountain. The road is likely to be closed before we get there and there are few places for cars to park
The hotel has been nearly full every night with the restaurant doing a roaring trade. It seems to employ a large staff - there is always ...
Saturday, May 3, 2014
We drove to Italy today! We went to Trento, (where the Toniollis once lived), and we have never seen such a beautiful place!
It is very mountainous and sits right in a valley of the Alps.
We dined at a delicious Italian restaurant, "Duo", and had a lot of fun tasting a variety of unique and delicious
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking