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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... time-- they loved it! We sat in lounge chairs and soaked up the Tyrollean sun and Dolomite views. We went into the mountain house for a sausage, cheese, bread and beer lunch, along with potato chips-- which we forgot mean french fries!! Then back outside to play, play, play. Then we hiked an hour down the mountain which was tough on the legs, but lots of fun too. Sidenote: Brady dropped his water bottle from the lift on the way up, but we found it on our hike down. ...
... off a few things at our bunks, and then walked up to the ridge behind the Rifugio. The views were spectacular but it was windy and cold. We had a nice dinner at the Rifugio and then settled in for the night. Most of us didn't sleep that great. It might have been a combination of the altitude, the wine we had, and the snoring. The next morning (today), we had a nice breakfast and then left to head downhill. We passed by a number of tunnels and an officers' ...
... colours where water has seeped through and allowed lichen to grow on the rocks. We stopped at the Rifugio Lavaredo briefly and continued on to the Rifugio Locatelli, which was a very busy hut. Here I had a beer and Val had a mineral water. We went to to the summit of a mountain behind the hut with David, Hilary, Jules, Roy and Val, and I and took a few pictures. We saw some choughs flying and congregating in the rocks. Choughs are black birds which are relatively common in the ...
Today we had a sleep in and caught up on some washing. We had a wander around this typical ski resort with its shops specialising in sports clothes, ski gear and hiking boots. There are so many people here, taking advantage of the warm sunny weather - some with their families - and hiking, using the chair lifts or bicycling through the passes. But the most numerous vehicles are motorbikes. Everywhere we go we see signs welcoming bikers, advertising their ...
... We weren't the only ones attempting the Pass in the wintry conditions. We saw many cyclists (on bicycles) riding up and down the steep and slippery mountain roads, and of course there were the ubiquitous European sports cars hugging the corners of the twisty hairpin corners. We then rode to the Dolomite mountain range and crossed over at the Passo Stalle - an extremely picturesque single lane ...