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Travel Blogs from Cavaso del Tomba
... my order and everyone
found it very amusing when my pizza arrived – tomato sauce base and “French
Fries’ on top – it looked like the ultimate kids choice of pizza and not what I
had imaging at all!!
Malcolm dropped Laura and I at the Residences des Alpes
where we will stay for the next fortnight. When we arrived the 3 storied
building looked empty and deserted, so we went to the local pizzeria and they
suggested waiting ...
... had a
bad run and came 11th - wore
the wrong shoes and keep sliding around.
We headed back down the mountain where Greta and I cooked
roast chicken for dinner and I made blueberry muffins for desert (actually
blueberry cake because we had no muffin trays!) Everyone enjoyed the fact that
we had an oven and could cook an ordinary meal that wasn’t pasta or pizza.
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 ...
... di Carozza. The air was already definitely cooler, a welcome change. This part of Italy is Trento Aldige, and has more of a Swiss or Austrian feel about it. Back in the car and were supposed to be heading for Cortina. Very windy roads, hairpin bends, and dangerous drops as well as roadworks where they were cutting pine trees that had been damaged in the heavy snowfalls. We stopped at passo Rollo for a coffee and a use of the toilette. The ...
... we arrived, and we went searching for Zio Carlo, who was down the back burning rubbish. He is very slow and has a four wheeled walker like dad with the walking cane on it. Reminded me of dad. Same clothes and braces, same gadgets hanging off the walker. And same expressions sometimes. He still likes to talk in English and about Australia, especially about his bike riding around when he came on his own. Zia Eda also likes talking in English, and still remembers quite a ...