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Today we had an amazing day especially learning how to ski with Michele (the ski instructor) he was really good, for our first time of skiing we learnt a lot! Really recommend Michele for a good ski lessons
Our two sons (age 5 and 6) were in a class with instructors Daniel and Sebastiano, who speak excellent English and my wife and I were in the class with Wayne, an English ski instructor working in Italy.
Val Gardena Selva di Val Gardena
We stayed in Selva and started a big hike from their, but also Ortisei the next day which is a larger town with also great hikes and both cable car and funicular to help get you to the start of amazing walks.
Accommodation varies from budget to luxury, many good places to eat, several great apres ski bars, but most importantly - fantastic slopes, always fantastically prepared and maintained, modern cabins, every year n...
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Passo dello Stelvio Trentino-Alto Adige
The views are simply amazing and although there are bike riders and motorbikes to dodge climbing up the pass, it's still a fantastic drive.
Just spend a day by the road and all the fancy cars will pass you by - Lotuses, Merc's, Lamborghinis, Caterhams, BMW's, McLarens, Jaguars, Aston Martins... you name it!
In the summer, the combination of lush green hills, dotted with cows, horses, and little farmhouses or villages, under towering pink-tinged mountains, is so spectacular and rich that it is hard to take in.
What should I said, if you are a nature lover this is the place to visit, with good hiking paths all around, and exquisite traditional food.