Grand Hotel Duchi D'Aosta
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Really slacking on my entries. I feel so tired and exhausted most days and can't work up the willpower! After leaving Zadar, I went onto a town called Motovun for three days. It is a spectacular little place in the upper western part of Croatia, amongst many vineyards on rolling mountains and deep valleys. The best wine you could imagine. The town is built up on a hill, so the views were amazing as well. Little villages were scattered along the valley. It was so ...
... Rialto bridge and watch the water taxis and gondolas passing by. I could sit here for hours, there's so much going on. We wander along beside the canal and then through the maze of alleys, we haven't been to these streets before. It's 9pm so we decide to get something to eat. Pizza and pasta, last meal in Venice........an after dinner stroll for an hour and then back to the ...
... we wandered through the relatively quiet start to the event. The line of traffic filing towards the mostly closed car parks suggested that it would be a huge rowdy affair, but we were happy enough for a lakeside walk with views of the castle and Church in the distance. We then continued on to Trieste, an Italian port town where we arrived without tablet battery or internet to find a campsite. After some time we managed enough charge ...
... It's proper hot! Too hot for camping really! But we can make good shade and we have the sea breeze that helps. There has clearly been major investment in the area. The roads are new as are the sparkly villas that gleam in the sunlight! A lovely holiday destination. It's cheap, like Europe used to be. A scoop of ice cream is 60p, pizza £3.50, beer £2. We took a visit to ...
... because of the truffles but because of the wood in the
forest. They bought the wood to build Venice. This superior quality wood
had the best properties according to the Venetians so they traded with
the city of Motovun.
Nowadays is an attraction of truffle
lovers, if you are here it is really difficult to have a meal without
truffles scattered over your plate! They are generous with the stuff,
not like ...