Grand Hotel Duchi D'Aosta
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So this is our last night in Italy (well it's not really as we have 2 nights on the Amalfi Coast on our way back to Rome). Nevertheless it has been an amazing couple of weeks and we have seen and done so much. It's now time to move onto the last part of this adventure and live it up in Croatia!!
PS anybody there...no comments for 3 days? I'm feeling rather neglected. Robbie, Jac, Lil, Shell, Kaylene, Marianne....anybody!!
... off to find a restaurant and eventually settled on Japanese, of all things! The food was plentiful and excellent. Best meal I've had in quite a while! After dinner we walked down to what is billed as "the largest town square in Europe ". Admittedly it's pretty big. Very impressive! Lit up of an evening it looks fabulous. Also very clean and no hawkers! Took some photos and then walked back to our apartments for the night. Tomorrow- ...
... to grow only 1mm. Some of the bigger stalagmites were almost 3 metres long so most have taken tens of thousands of years to grow. At the very lowest point in the caves we got to see some special creatures which only live in caves. They were like salamanders, but are blind and a pale pink colour. They eat bugs and other things from bat droppings. ...
... The truffles had a strong mushroomy flavour, it was nice but quite rich. In the morning it had been hot and sunny, but when we left the restaurant it was starting to rain. The light rain quickly became a downpour. We were going to look around the rest of the village, but we were soon soaked to the skin so we ran back down the hill and caught a bus back to the car. We drove back to the villa and spent a quiet afternoon ...
... and riders. Every set of stop lots is a drag strip for them. Red lights are not to be obeyed. Pedestrians are nothing but obstacles that get in their way. Had a few close calls.
The days ends with a night walk along the main streets, but with everything shutting at 8pm its time to head home for a well deserved rest.
Not so lucky with the blue sky today, its a little bit overcast. There is a tram in Trieste that is very very old. The tram is #2 , and ...