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    Hi, looking to get train from dusseldorf to Verona in September. Can anyone recommend reasonably priced bike friendly hotels etc around lake garda area. Taking wife so no sheds please!! Cheers , Dave.

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    Hotel Benacus just outside Malcesine https://goo.gl/maps/i7ZSpcHDHEsiQt7q8 - walk, ride or take the cable car onto the top of Monte Baldo to have superb views across the lake
    This space deliberately left blank as the author writes too much pretentious bollocks as it is.

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    Hotel Coste, Limone Sul Garda, quiet location 5 or 10 minutes walk from to the centre , pool and decent restaurant set in its own olive grove

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    Quote Originally Posted by wessie View Post
    Hotel Benacus just outside Malcesine https://goo.gl/maps/i7ZSpcHDHEsiQt7q8 - walk, ride or take the cable car onto the top of Monte Baldo to have superb views across the lake
    Bring something warm to wear. Weather can roll in suddenly and it can be rather cold up there.


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    The hotel owners will all be friendly to your reasonably priced bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    The hotel owners will all be friendly to your reasonably priced bike.
    Will the be friendly to SWMBO obeyed though?

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    Italy trip

    If you want a nice hotel then you probably can’t better La Baia D’Oro in Gargnano.
    It’s not cheap but it’s stunning.The restaurant is right on the lake,as are most of the rooms.They have a garage just 100 metres away for your awesome steed.



    And of you want a day out then take the pass just behind the hotel over to Lago di Valvestino and beyond.Fabulous


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    Why wouldn't you ride it? It's a one day journey from there? With Arsey's suggestion, you'd have somewhere wonderful to reward your efforts. No?

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