ai Cadelach Hotel & Ristorante
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... covered glass. Tired and sore from over twenty miles of hiking in the last three days, my feet happily soak up the warmth. The apartment is quiet with the constant reminder of an Italian family raising their children right where I sit. The four room home was cramped for a husband and wife with children on the way, so the roof was raised and the family moved upstairs. On the walls of the apartment are black and white photos of handsome young Italian men and ...
... We had views of the valley we were about to go down so it was fantastic in the great weather. First stop was Conegliano which was a prosperous little village obviously built on the wine making industry with a nice main road, lots people out riding and walking and to top it off, it was Friday market day. We stopped for a fanta and a cappuccino in the sun. And free crisps. After that the ride ...
... with the normal traffic. Lago Di Santa Groce loomed up and at the other end, with compelling views from inside, we found a nice little restaurant. Inside Nonna served up some home made Lasagna. Bloody excellent. The whole time we were following, beside or under the A27 which is the road which goes from the Di Cadore area to Vittorio Veneto and beyond. It became a 20km section that is a massive aqua duct which rises above ...
... with an angry welt on his hip. In other circumstances we'd have have sit down and had a restorative chocolate biscuit - if we'd had any - but it was pouring so much and we were too cold so Rob just pulled himself together and we journeyed onward. The rest of the trip was without mishap and we arrived at Pieve Di Cadore to find our luggage had arrived and our room was ready. We were pathetically ...
... considered to be the group of death. What is plain to see that the people of Treviso clearly enjoy Rugby. Treviso/Venice Day 2: Today we go to Venice for a day out. Both of us have never been before, so we are looking forward to it. Ok Saturday may not be the best day to go, but that's how it has worked out. We are expecting it to be busy, so just have to go with it. The train from Treviso is pretty busy though we find an anti room to stand in. It not the best, but at least ...