Hotel Chalet al Foss
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... been on the go about 3 hours now and am in desperate need of a nice cup of coffee. As it is the Swiss are not known much for coffee shops but every town I passed through just seemed dead and locked up for winter. Finally I turned off the beaten track and into a little railway town called "Bever" and sure enough here I found a lovely little coffee shop with conservatory etc.
It was now extremely warm outside and so me just like all the other folk in here decided to ...
... a nice drive and we found free parking which is always a bonus. Walked into the lovely old town, see pictures, then we heard trumpets start, so we headed to the Piazza and drums beat, trumpets sounded from the band and all the men in coloured outfits and flags arrived, we were treated to half an hour of a fantastic spectacle. Went to a ritzy restaurant for lunch, Jenny now has a new recipe for risotto, it was yum so was my steak and potatoes. ...
Today, the 5 of us, plus John and Daniela headed off to Trento for the day, a gorgeous little town south west of Fiera. We got ready, woke Luca up who was still snoozing and headed out for a quick breakfast before leaving. As we were heading out of the mountains most of the roads were quite windy. Both Luca and Brodie were complaining of not feeling to well, and then about an hour into the drive, my worst nightmare, Luca threw up, all over himself ...
... to also try to catch the bus from the train, back to Vallecrosia, although the sign said Campemiglia, or some such ....don't ask because I can't tell you... Any way, a likely-looking bus pulled up at what we thought was the correct stop, and I asked the the driver "Do you go to Campemiglia?" "Si...No Problemo"...... I should have known.....it was all to easy..... Anyway, I sat up front, eyes glued to the road, and watched as we re-traced our route from the ...
We rode through the Adige River Valley between two massive dolomite mountain ranges carved by glaciers. Apples, pears, grapes also lined our journey. It was like a picture postcard all the wary, hard to take your eyes off it and easier to keep riding 70kms. The cycle path was flat and long in places and we stopped ...