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Travel Blogs from Polcenigo
... my order and everyone
found it very amusing when my pizza arrived – tomato sauce base and “French
Fries’ on top – it looked like the ultimate kids choice of pizza and not what I
had imaging at all!!
Malcolm dropped Laura and I at the Residences des Alpes
where we will stay for the next fortnight. When we arrived the 3 storied
building looked empty and deserted, so we went to the local pizzeria and they
suggested waiting ...
... had a
bad run and came 11th - wore
the wrong shoes and keep sliding around.
We headed back down the mountain where Greta and I cooked
roast chicken for dinner and I made blueberry muffins for desert (actually
blueberry cake because we had no muffin trays!) Everyone enjoyed the fact that
we had an oven and could cook an ordinary meal that wasn’t pasta or pizza.
... is obviously a risk for Tom with his fussiness, the first course was a salad with cold Veg and the second was Chicken with Rice and Mushrooms - It was (Tom says apart from the rice which he ate, it was much like Sarah's experience in the Cable car just with less sweating!!) the best food we have had all trip!!
We are really looking forward to the rest of our time in Italy, next stop is Venice...
... turkey, or spec. Brioche and cherries and apricots. Adriano wanted to have a bit of a sleep, so the rest of us went for a walk. There was a track to follow which was quite nice, lots of snow still lying around. Michael tried to hit Bruno with a snowball, but he missed. We had a competition to see who could hold the snow the longest. Michael won. The mileage to Cortina was getting more! We had obviously missed a turning. There was ...
... They have a lady who goes there every day to take care of Zia, because Zio can't stand up for long. Zia just agrees with everything and tries to run away all the time. Time for lunch at Zia Luigia's after which Zio Mario visited for coffee. He has lots of concerns about Cinzia and Rudi, and hates the Italian government. He said he had booked a ticket to come to dad's funeral but then his doctor said he can't fly any more, because he has high blood pressure. It was nice ...