Best Western Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Southern Austria to Northern Italy! Last night celebrating the Octoberfest with the locals Marky and I drank beer and ate sausage. Half way through cleaning his plate, Marko realized the locals were peeling the skin off their white sausages !!! Oh well.! We danced with the locals until we couldn't stand up! We woke up to a beautiful morning in Velden Am Worthersee. The morning view from our room was spectacular. We headed down for brekky to find ...
... are open or not die to snow ! Nice so one can follow their signs once you get within a reasonable distance or as I was to do later just make up the destination according to the sound of the pass and direction of travel. Once out of the mountains onto a valley at Chuisa I stopped for a break checked map & sat nav and decided to now head for Bolzano- valley steep off autoroute just as well cause a queue of trucks could be seen high above. Roadworks again with ...
... mainland was a bit disappointing.Band of gypsies living behind hotel,great!! Went over to Venice for dinner tonight.Water taxi then beautiful dinner in lovely restaurant with whole group.Then walked around and saw St Marks square at night (awesome).Private water taxi back to bus.Venice at night was so beautiful. Hard to believe we're really here!! Next morning into Venice again ...
Out to do the Castelbrando/Cison Castle walk at Cison di Valmarino. As usual, the directions were somewhat vague, and I quote:
"From the tarmac road which leads to the centre of Valmarino, take a little road which runs alongside a long stone wall. Going up along this road you will see on the right an old house which has been restructured, besides which there remains an old building which was once used as a dovecote. Behind these two buildings ...
... as early as anticipated. Revine Lago was chosen as it was around a lake, a gentle stroll to ease the gluts back into the idea of moving without pain.
TT decided the route via Trichiana was best, and as we hadn't been over the mountain range at this point, thought why not. The rain began before we reached Trichiana. Continued anyway.
Well, the mountain pass was a credit to the engineers. One section was so steep and so tortuous ...