Pr' tatko Hostel
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... problem on this road was roadwork's. The road was being widened all
the way and so over 12 sets of temp traffic lights had been setup and at each
one the waiting time was anything from 10 to 20 minutes. What a nightmare this
was. By the time I finally got to Tarvisio it was almost 15h30 and was getting
dark so it was hotel time.
The final pass into Italy has been well built up since I was here last and
a massive new bridge constructed across a ...
... Austria with floods and snow causing transport chaos so we cannot complain. Today we tested out Mary's boots and walked the 4 km to Millstatt to access the wifi in a cafe where we had lovely goulash soup for lunch. Only problem was the smokers in the room but we had no choice. Today, Friday we caught the bus to Seeboden, the next village past Millstatt. We used the wifi at the Tourist bureau. It had stopped raining but started again after we got back for lunch. Had ...
... the lake taking photos, but were rather disappointed that there was so little sun around and the snow on the mountains was covered by clouds until just before sunset as we rode back up to our apartment at Zasip. There we warmed ourselves with blackcurrent and dragonfruit tea –YUM!
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... the train.....So long, farewell I wish you all adieu, adieu, adieu to you and you and you!! Well there we were, on a train going to ? Where? We told the conductor, he told us to get off at the next station and catch another train back to Villach to get on our bus. The only trouble with that advice was the bus for Venice would have already gone by the time we got there! I always wanted a mystery tour and now we were getting it! A nice young man, who spoke ...
... had been in Canada, and both were set amongst the snow capped Rocky Mountains, however I think that we may have been spoiled. The spa at Ptuj was a busy water park not a relaxing spa, and we made a hasty departure. The town did however provide a chance to stretch our legs and have lunch, and like every town we visited Ptuj had an Aldi, or Hofer as they call it in Slovenia, which was where ...