Palazzo Scolari B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... tour of palace and the basilica both were very ornate. Some free time for shopping(yay finally)then gondola ride with serenade(another bucket list). Ditched the dinner in the hotel to have completely free afternoon and evening.More shopping,and more shopping,then beautiful dinner with Kerry And Dennis .Lobster pasta right on the water and great wine.Happy,happy,happy. LOVE VENICE ...
... the refugio. My gluteals are still in a sorry state, so I'm slow. The trail also goes along cliff edges so I continue slowly. The decision of when to turn around is made for me when we arrive at a dirt covered snow avalanche from the previous winter(s). We're at quite a respectable height, theres no sign of the refugio, and we can see the trail signs on the other side of the avalanche, but clearly not ...
... the reunited aussie family! Quick chat and catch up - they were there with friends for a wedding the next day.
Walking through the village, the craft fair was in full swing. We'd seen the preparations on our previous visit for the Path of the Mills walk. Did contemplate staying around for a roast duck BBQ, but as it began raining, headed out.
Through Prosecco Valley towards Val di Seren. Reached there but then the ...
... Valley which was fine, but then dumped us in a suburban driveway about 500m from the town centre, announcing that we had arrived. I dont think so! About half way there, the rain had begun. Again. Continued towards Revine Lago in case it lessened or stopped. It didn't, so drove home, and in between bursts of rain, grabbed a ...
... a speedy route. How this was ever considered faster than the road around the end of the mountain and along the valley I'll never know. Having said that, the route through and down the mountain pass was an experience.
Checked out the trailhead for future reference, and as the rain had only abated slightly, aborted the walk. Decided to drive back through the valley of prosecco vineyards, a very picturesque route to Feltre. My choice.