Hotel Villa Policreti
Travel Blogs from Pordenone
... my order and everyone
found it very amusing when my pizza arrived – tomato sauce base and “French
Fries’ on top – it looked like the ultimate kids choice of pizza and not what I
had imaging at all!!
Malcolm dropped Laura and I at the Residences des Alpes
where we will stay for the next fortnight. When we arrived the 3 storied
building looked empty and deserted, so we went to the local pizzeria and they
suggested waiting ...
After breakfast we drove to the supermarket in Conegliano,
sorted out some data for Tim’s smart phone – 20 Euro for 2 gigs of data and 200
minutes of call time – won’t need the call time, though has been useful to
contact Ross and the accommodation people. Tim is able to set up a hot spot so
everyone can link in on the wifi. They were all very pleased about ...
We have made another border crossing and into Italy, we were surprised how close to the border we were in Austria!!
Our first stop in Italy was along the shores of a small lake, Lake Lago on a site aptly named Camping Lago. For anyone looking for it on a map its a little North of Udine in the North East of Italy.
Whilst there isn't a much to see in the area, we filled our 4 night stay with a lot ...
... Michael was feeling hot and took off his shirt wanting to go for a swim, but then decided against it. Think the water may have been cold. Down to the flat again, the heat came back. Last stop was Pedavena, an Italian birriria. It is a brewery, but they have a big area that is like a park. Different sections are divided into beer parks and in summer it is reputedly very full. We went to the eatery and ordered some bruschettas and of course some ...
... one of these turns, especially not being used to the bike. Every now and then we met others on the track too, walking their dogs, running or cycling, so that meant getting closer to the edge. We were proud to make it. Once there we bought a gelato, and caught our breath, then made the journey back. Our legs were tired, our bums were sore, but it was a wonderful feeling and I saw the beauty of the canals and the quiet shady places, where I can imagine dad played and ran when ...