^hotel Löwenhof in Bressanone^
^view from our room^
^my travel outfit^
^jeans jacket / dress / espandrilles / sunnies^
^little church on the Plose mountain^
^dress similar here and here / sandals similar here and here / bag pack / sunnies^
^old town of Bressanone^
^restaurant Kutscherhof inside the castle courtyard^
^Hofburg Bressanone including the diocesan museum^
^mountain river crossing the city^
^dome and the torre bianco^
^front of the dome^
^our excursion to the Gilfenklamm^
^beautiful waterfalls behind every corner^
So for our first three days we stayed in Bressanone (Brixen). This is a really small city (on some times there was no one on the streets) but also one of the biggest of south-tyrol so you can see this is a small part between Austria and Italy but it belongs to Italy.
After arriving at our hotel (the Löwenhof Hotel) and checking-in in the afternoon we first had coffee and a panini. Afterwards we went to the room and took a nap before heading to the pool.
For dinner we went down in the city. We ate at a restaurant called “Torre Biance” which means white tower – one of the sights in Bressanone.
On our second day we decided to go a little outside the city by driving to a mountain called Plose. We took the cable railway to get to the top. Chloe wasn´t amused by the way. After we arrived it was pretty foggy but it cleared up really soon. We went on the trail to take a long walk with Chloe but turned back very soon as she was followed by a big free running cow. So we went to the mountain restaurant, had some coffee and enjoyed the view before taking the cable railway to get back to the car.
After exploring some nature we went to the city centre to get some ice cream and to take a look at the shops. They didn´t have many since the city is little but I found a really cool italian store called Tezenis. The sell underwear and bathing suits and I found this super cute pineapple swimsuit and a ruffle bikini.
We went back to our hotel to lay at the pool and had some delicious mexican food at “Bufalo Cantina´s” for dinner.
The third day was filled with adventure. We drove to Sterzing, a small place nearby and went up the “Gilfenklamm” a ravine which has so many clear waterfalls and beautiful nature. Chloe was really into it. She loved hopping her way up to the top. Arriving at the top we first had lunch at a restaurant. We ordered some typical food for the area and didn´t get disappointed. In my opinion we didn´t eat better the whole week than in this place. We had “Schlutzkrapfen” – a spinach filled kind of pasta which butter and parmesan cheese and “Nocketrio” – three different dumplings filled with mushrooms, spinach, cheese and a cole slaw with bacon topped with butter and cheese. So many calories but so delicious. On our way down and back to the car it started raining cats and dogs and we where soaking wet after a short time so the only thing we did for this day was taking a long and hot shower and eat dinner at the hotel´s restaurant.
So in fact we did a lot during our first three days.
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