Travel Blogs from Grado
... services to a group of students from Padua University.
Signor y Signora are whistling as we walk past redundant farms and farm buildings. I know whats going through their minds - "that would make a nice conversion" - "Wow, I could do a lot with that!!!" Sunday, we travel into Slovenia and Croatia then return to Italy and Venice for Signora's birthday in early October.
Arrivaderci per ora,
Bruno (Il cane)
... exploited the wifi. Already noticing how clean Slovenia is compared to Croatia, everywhere you look it is spotless and they are hot on recycling. Later in the afternoon we headed out of town to Postojna, where there is a famous castle and a gigantic cave which we will explore tomorrow. Having trouble finding a park we decided to drive to the castles car park, turned out to be a very nice quiet location with no one about to bothered ...
We have experienced 2 days of magical scenery. The first, on our day trip from Verona to Lake Garda and the Valpolicella region.
Here we stumbled across a family vineyard - Boscaini Carlo- on 14 hectares est. 1948 where we tried some amarone and other wines. The vineyard produces 4500 bottles a year. We then wound through the hills and finally descended to Lake Garda ...
3rd Sep, 2013
The hotel was close to the bus and railway stations.
The name of the roads are written on a name plate
on the left side of any building. Not legible from distance at night.
It was evening and I started walking towards a famous square
Piazza Unita D Italia. The walk was along ...
... suggested we take a little walk, I mistook 600 meters up for 600 meters long. After 45 minute steep hike in our amazingly durable sandals, we made it up to one of the most beautiful sites, see picture attached. We ended our first evening sat at the beach bar, that reminded us of Livingstone bar in Zanzibar, without the trucks propelling themselves into the ferry to Dar. Instead, we were entertained by three Slovenian bold, ...