Hotel Ca Brugnera
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We finally reached Cortina, a large ski village in a glorious valley. The first real ski town. We wound our way ever upward from here on a narrow switch back road through pine forest and snow becoming deeper by the kilometre. We reached the top of the plateau, I cannot describe the view. We were looking west over the Dolomiti's, all snow covered and rugged, truly rugged. I think we were viewing a massif, or several massif's! ...
... here a while there are a few things which I have found that are different to Australia. Everything closes on sunday- so don't try and do anything on Sundays! Especially in Italy even the servos are closed here, though they have self service. This does make Sundays a good day to drive to the next place though as it makes the roads very quiet. Few places here take cards, they use cash for everything! ...
We had a wonderful time in Venice today including Mass in the "catacombs" of St Mark's, a fun, long stroll to the Rialto Bridge, lunch in a charming cubby upstairs in a bakery and a gondola ride. Hoping to add pictures tomorrow and you will see that we are dressed like Eskimos. It was really cold. We just finished a delicious five course dinner and are bundling up again to go into the town square for New Year's Eve fireworks. Out Fitbits tell us that we walked over 4 miles today ... So ...
Snow on the ground greeted us in Frankfurt. Nearly 1 1/2 miles through the airport and we reached our gate to Venice. After watching the wings get de-iced-we finally got underway. We walked around Padua this evening ... also known as Padova. It is quite cold but will be colder in the morning in Venice. We had Mass in a pretty chapel in the church of St. Plus X. Pictures are from Padua. Hope they will ...
... The people here pay attention to you, are curious about you, enjoy talking to you, and are proud to share their city.
It was in Udine where I learned to enjoy the Italian social art of "fare un giro." Simply translated, it means "to go for a walk." As a young person, it meant freedom after dinner to walk around the center of town as a group, chatting with friends, and maybe sneaking a cigarette. As an older person, it is still as pleasurable ...