Hotel Villa Policreti
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... keeping us comfortable in every way.
The tap water is ice cold, originating as alpine snow. Our clothes lie on cast iron to dry. Our time here is extremely easy on the soul. Captivated by the pure air, majestic mountains, and simple living, our stay is extended by two nights; replacing the next large city on our itinerary.
Late in the evening, I warm myself in front of the hot cast iron stove. Yellow flames flicker behind ...
... 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 ...
... considered to be the group of death. What is plain to see that the people of Treviso clearly enjoy Rugby. Treviso/Venice Day 2: Today we go to Venice for a day out. Both of us have never been before, so we are looking forward to it. Ok Saturday may not be the best day to go, but that's how it has worked out. We are expecting it to be busy, so just have to go with it. The train from Treviso is pretty busy though we find an anti room to stand in. It not the best, but at least ...
I was a little peeved when I discovered that the next leg would be by coach as there is a train service to Udine. We disembark at Villach, walk less than 100 metres for once, and then board the coach. Shortly after leaving the town we start heading up into the mountains. We reach Italy in no time and head up and up. On the train, we head over countless tunnels and bridges and some of which are mighty high, again we have been blessed with amazing views. The journey to Undine was ...