Astoria Hotel Italia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Italy have all played their part in its history. It was important town for the Italian Army in the First World War, and holds the macabre honour of having the largest military cemetery in Europe, with some 100,000 tombs. During the Second World War it was controlled by the Third Reich, and only return to the Italians after the allies collectively kicked Hitlers butt. The central part of this place is easily covered on foot, and taking a whistle stop tour of old stuff doesn't take ...
... into Slovenia is that rather than having to stop every so many K's to pass through a toll point, in Slovenia you just simply purchase a 7 day pass at any service station leading up to the Italian / Slovenian border crossing for €15, stick it onto your windscreen and you're set for 7 days which, for us is just a perfect number of days. We arrived into Kobarid at about 1:00pm and was able to book straight into our room. We were a little surprised to find ...
... instructions as much as I could until I asked another person who told me to turn around and take another right. At that point I gave up. I walked up a hill to meadow next to the "highway" that was covered by some tall trees and plopped a seat. Once I sat down I had these amazing nectarines, an apple and some Bueno bars that I bought at market. I have to tell you again how amazing these cold juicy nectarines were. They were heaven. ...
... mountains. The water of the Soca River is bright turquoise and absolutely beautiful! The town we are in tonight, Bovec, is very small. The apartment is nothing to get excited about, but it's only 1 night and it's relatively inexpensive! We have loved every minute of our travels in Slovenia. Tomorrow we will drive through the country's only national park, which has 50 hairpin turns...something tells me that will be both exciting and ...
... None of us are disappointed, and the wine they suggest, which is made locally, is delicious. We finish off the evening watching ‘Episodes’ and tasting our new Limoncello.
We spend most of the next day sightseeing using the car. We see the coastal twons from Positano to Amalfi, and are particularly struck with Amalfi which is built on a hill overlooking a beach. The houses look like they are built on top of one another, but when you walk through you realise ...