Ciasa de Gahja
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Today we wake up slow. The mornings are dim as the sun doesn't peak over the mountains until the early afternoon. The Dolomite Mountains of northern Italy sit beautifully in the backdrop of our humble bedroom windows. Its jagged snow-covered peaks tower with grandeur in the sky, while its soft talus is covered in thick forest. The grass is shimmering with a white glistening frost in the cold October morning.A fire is lit in the cast ...
... on TripAdvisor then went on a mission to find it, wandering all the old alleys on the way. The gelati did not disappoint, it was sensational. We topped off the day sitting outside at a popular cafe near where a blues - jazz band had set up outside. They were excellent, with some superb singers. Then we had yet another excellent pizza followed by another gelati from the same gelati place as it was that ...
... 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 ...
... was pretty relentless so we were afforded only the occasional glimpse. But luckily today was only a short 33km downhill ride. But with the difficult conditions and the roads so wet Rob took a bit of a tumble. Riding on the road, which was saturated with lots of puddles, we travelled through a section of road repair work. Rob innocently went through a puddle to find that it was actually a water ...
... again it's wow! For me it ticks more boxes that our last place, which in fact was wonderful. The usual thing happens with us throwing our bags down, a quick wash and brush up and off out to find booze and food. This proved to be extremely easy as when we leave the place, we see Pepe standing outside the bar which is below our room. So we ask him a rhetorical question, and within minutes we are eating a selection of small plates in the very same bar. The prawns were ...