Albergo Delle Alpi
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Free parking
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... to heat the small apartment where we stay.
Our host Jasna has quietly crept into our kitchen and stacked pine logs into the stove as we sleep; the only source of heat in her quaint little home. She is not Italian, originally from Croatia she moved in her twenties for work. Here in this quiet mountain town, she met her husband, Danilo, and they now have two children with a third on the way. Jasna is 5 months pregnant but appears to not have ...
... it wanted me to take was a two track dirt road. Only a few hundred yards away I could see it heading through a river and with all the rocks etc. thee was no ways I was even going to tempt it on this little road going machine. Had I been on my Transalp then I may have tempted it but certainly not on this bike.
I continued along this wonderful twisty road. Now in Italy this road was certainly not up to Austrian standards and was rather rough and bumpy and somehow reminded me ...
... 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 ...
... cars pulled up next to us while we strolled the cold streets of Pieve De Cadore. They all wanted directions. Rob hit them with his best "Non parlo italiano maaaate" and sends them on their way with a smile. Annie couldn't believe it kept happening. We did ride through the home of gelati, Longarone. It was Siesta time so not much happening. The ride turned busier on the roads once we got near the lower regions as we ...
... hole, which threw Rob over his handle bars, sending him off the bike and skidding on his belly across the bitumen. Luckily there were no cars at that moment, and the cars that banked up after the incident waited until Rob picked himself and his bike up and unsteadily found his way to the side. Also luckily Rob had lots of layers on today due to the cold so things could have been worse, but he ...