Hotel Al Posta
Travel Blogs from Casarsa della Delizia
Today was time for Tim to go back home and for us to carry on moving but as we didn't have to be out of the campsite until one we weren't in much of a hurry. Tim and Ruby finished working on the song that was with yesterday's blog and we got a bit of the van organised. It was a hot morning so we decided a swim was in order and on the way we bumped into Mrs Roger (never did catch her name) who was one half of the kiwi couple who we saw ...
We packed up the house and managed to squeeze 7 people’s
luggage into the 2 small cars. Our final trip up the windy 15knm of road that
we are now quite familiar with – even seeing the legendary Italian driving with
a car overtaking another just prior to a ‘blind’ corner, plus plenty of Italian
cyclists on their Sunday hill climb ride.
I was trying out my new glasses with the graduated
magnifying lens. It took a ...
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 ...
... in the shade) cycling round the lake and then trying to stop the water puddling on our porch awning during the couple thunder storms we had.
As the last day in Austria was Sarah's Birthday and also a Sunday, we decided to celebrate it a little later so on the first night in here we went to the on site restaurant for a meal, there wasn't a menu and we were given no choice on food so took the set menu ...
... is off the tourist map.
Warning this is a political comment. At a restaurant with locals on Tuesday night I had a conversation through an interpreter and it went political. It seems the north of Italy would like to break away from the south of Italy. I did get clarification that Florence would be the border. The reason is that they claim the north of Italy is what keeps Italy going and the south of Italy are free ...