Alla Valle di Banne
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlla Valle di Banne
A lovely and friendly place to stay. It was much further from town than we realized and since we were relying on public transportation, this proved to be inconvenient and expensive. Public transportation was not running very often (it was a Sunday) so we hired a taxi who drove up and around a residential maze on a hill overlooking the city . Once we arrived, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The room was not large but the balcony added another place to relax. We bought a bottle of wine from the restaurant and rested our feet. The kitchen is not open on Sundays but the innkeeper suggested ordering pizza delivery and that worked out fine. WiFi doesn't work in the rooms but is free downstairs. Room was clean and comfortable and very affordable.
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... the glass from dozens of regional producers from
Italy’s northeasternmost Venezia-Friuli-Giulia region. I definitely indulged a
bit too much in food and wine through the afternoon and am sure I ended the day
chubbier than I started it.
I did little in the way of real sightseeing my first day in
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... that appears to be unique
to Slovenia. They come in various forms and are often a kind of savory pinwheel
of pasta dough or buckwheat pasta dough with a cottage cheese filling and
breadcrumb and butter topping. These, though, were a dessert version, more like
giant pot stickers stuffed with a walnut filling and topped with brown sugar
and butter. They do great desserts in Slovenia, and are generous with the
digestifs too. I was given not just a ...
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