Hotel Ristorante Allegria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Southern Austria to Northern Italy! Last night celebrating the Octoberfest with the locals Marky and I drank beer and ate sausage. Half way through cleaning his plate, Marko realized the locals were peeling the skin off their white sausages !!! Oh well.! We danced with the locals until we couldn't stand up! We woke up to a beautiful morning in Velden Am Worthersee. The morning view from our room was spectacular. We headed down for brekky to find ...
A very wet day as forecast so very glad we got the long journey out the way yesterday as the sea state looks very choppy today. After a trip to the airport to clear in and become legal we take a hire car and head to Grada. An old town in the flats that we had thought about sailing to but given the weather we thought better to go by road! A tour of Monfalcone followed and we managed to get an Italian sim so we have wifi ...
... from above and the scenery was disappearing from view, so 3 of us decided to head straight back to Bovec. Somehow we managed to get lost for a while and ended up on a tiny road that took us into Italy and then turned to dirt. We finished up getting back to our hotel about 15 minutes later than the rest of the group, but it was good fun. We abandoned our plan to ride up Mangart Mountain as it was shrouded in ...
We arrived after a dry motor all the way and Eric very pleased with choice of boatyard for the winter. Very professional and made to feel very welcome. Sad day as Sallie 1 had to go as she has perished so much we don't think she will blow up again -saggy bottom and edges with age! Now we have a few weeks to explore Italy and Slovenia before heading ...
... signs because they have a dramatic impact on the alpine economy in the non-skiing season. As we pulled up for lunch the bike belonging to the guy who had been tail-end-Charlie for the trip decided to develop an electrical fault and refused to proceed; so it and it's rider had to get into the backup van for the rest of the day. I volunteered to don the yellow reflective vest and take on his role, tagging along at the ...