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... was very different to what we did when in France with Venice being the obvious highlight but Verona and Bologna also being good. The cheaper prices of campsites after Pisa certainly helped as we weren't feeling ripped off and the lakes we stayed at were also very cool. We have now had our time on the hot southern European leg of our trip and are heading into mountainous Austria so it should be quite a change and there's only one way to find ...
... the train at Vecenzia which would have saved us time
and an extra 100km of driving) We didn’t get back to Asiago until 12.30am,
after driving through a heavy thunderstorm. So it was a long day – I was
overtired and couldn’t get to sleep despite the comfy bed that Laura had made
up while I was gone. I think she enjoyed her quiet evening in by herself even
though it was a little eerie in this big hotel with hardly any other guests
We are finally in Prestento. We were met by Etzia and Maria Grazia (Maurizio's wife and Robert's cousin respectively. Interestingly we found our bags and just walled out of the terminal, no customs due to the EU arrangements - the only custom control was in France. Still no sleep ...
Prestento is in full summer bloom (having always visited in winter, this is colourful change). Cividale de Friul is just as magnificent, worthy of its UNESCO ...
no-one likes going for too long without seeing what’s happening in the cyper
world) Not sure how long the data will last but it is only 10 Euros to get more
and much cheaper than the 4 Euros for 16 minute in the Venice airport.
We drove to Vittorio Veneto to access some free internet,
back to the house for lunch. The house is an old 3 storied building with ...
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 ...