Hotel Ristorante Allegria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s not looking good.
And then another of those serendipity moments. Along comes a smiling vendor calling out his wares. There are apple and blackcurrant pastries, and a choice of jam, vanilla or chocolate donuts. Oh heaven, thank you Lord!
This morning here he is again. So we load up on a doughy and calorific breakfast and all is well with the world.
At 7 in the ...
... cog and chain ski-lift to the top installed for the tourists. Real men assault this bugger the way nature intended. It's a hell of a slog up through the 14 gates but someone has to do it. And that of course is us.
There have been fortifications here since prehistory times. The first mention in ...
... no joy and in all honesty I think it became too much for him so he went back inside and raised the barrier so we didn't have to pay. The rest of our drive passed with no further problems and we got to our campsite which is on a lake but which we are only using as a stopover for one night as we are off to Austria tomorrow. After a bad start Italy has definitely improved and we have really enjoyed our time here. We did quite a few city ...
I was up early for a walk along the waterfront which was lovely.
We soon set off through Trieste, which is a large and handsome city with lots of well- maintained old buildings, and a lovely drive past what is Trieste Bondi beach (only without sand -just concrete). We then climbed up and up and after a short drive made it into Slovenia.
It is a very pretty country with lots of small villages with a very Bavarian feel in the architecture. Most ...
During breakfast we played the usual game of find the spoon. It appears that several of the places we have stayed don't like to store the cutlery together (probably to stop forking). Consequently we have to seek out the spoons in order to eat the yoghurt which is generally a staple breakfast component. From previous experience I'm not the only spoon hunter so we generally split up and perform a grid search. The spoons had decided to ...